b.1980, Luanda, Angola
Alice Marcelino is a Portuguese - Angolan artist based in London and works between London, Lisbon and Luanda. The artist graduated from East London University with a BA (Hons) in Photography and is attending a MA in Digital Media at Goldsmiths University in London.
Her visual work explores notions of belonging by analysing culture, tradition, migration, and identity and reflecting on their significance in our ever-changing complex global world.

Art Fairs
Akaa Art & Design fair, Paris (2022)

Solo Exhibitions
Invisibles, No longer, Movart Gallery, Portugal (2022)
Love to Remember, Canterbury Christ Church University, U.K ( 2022)
Kitoko - Stories from the Black Diaspora, Galeria Arte de Almada, Portugal (2021)
Love to Remember, Terra Drip, Macau ( 2018)

Selected groups Exhibitions
As Mascaras do Corpo, Movart Gallery, Portugal (2022)
Nāo há cura, Movart Gallery, Portugal (2022)
Nucleo Linguistico, Museu do Falso, Portugal (2022)
Nāo há cura, Instituto Camoes, Angola (2021)
Departure, JeanClaudeMaier Gallery, Portugal (2020)
Discursos de Decolonialidade, This is Not a White Cube at This is not a Museum, Portugal (2020)
Spaces in Between, This is Not a White Cube, Portugal (2019)
Kindumba, Redbridge Central Library, U.K (2018)
We do Black hair, Open Source Festival curated by Christine Eyene, U.K (2016)
Photofusion Salon/16, U.K (2016)
Ghouls, Gateways and Gatekeepers, The Pad, U.K (2016)
Belong, Believe, Achieve, University of East London, U.K (2015)
Free Range Show, Truman Brewery, U.K (2015)
Timelab, U.K (2014)
Photofusion Salon 14, U.K (2014)
— 2017 Hangar Portugal
Publico (PT)
HashtagPhotography (U.K)
True Africa (U.K)
Fotografia Jovem Portuguesa (PT)
Black Square (FR)
Dynamic Africa (NG)
Caju (AO)
Gerador (PT)
No barking aRt (U.K)
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