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Delfim Sardo

Delfim Sardo (Aveiro, Portugal, 1962), professor at the university, has been developing since 1990 a work as independent curator and essayist of contemporary art. From 2003 through 2005 he was the manager of the Exhibition Centre of the Cultural Centre of Belém, in Lisbon. We was also founder and editor of magazine Pangloss, and consultant of Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian from 1997 through 2003. In 1999 he was the Curator of the Portuguese Representation at the 48th Biennial of Venetia. Delfim Sardo is now professor of Aesthetics at the School of Fine Arts of the Lisbon University, where he also teaches at the Master in Curatorship and Painting, and in postgraduate courses of the University Lusófona and the Catholic University of Porto. As regards to his publications, we must highlight Luxury Bound (Electa, Milan, 1999), Jorge Molder (Caminho, Lisbon, 2005), Helena Almeida/Pés no Chão, Cabeça no Céu (Bial, 2004) and Pintura Redux (Fundação de Serralves/Público, 2006), besides his usual collaborations for different publications on art and architecture in Portugal and abroad.