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SOLO EXHIBITIONS

  • Mana Maria. UNISERV, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand. 2022

  • A Place in the Sun. Fundação Oriente, Dili, Timor-Leste, March – April 2022

  • 2019Timor-Leste: An Artistic Perspective. University of Colorado, March 2019

  • Ina Lou (Dear Mother Earth). Galeri Cipta II, Jakarta, September 2014  

  • Familiar Steps. Festival da Lusofonia, Macau, October – November 2011

  • Koalia Neneik Deit (Quietly Speaking). Casa Europa, Dili, Timor-Leste, April 2010

  • Threads of Culture, Brave New Works, Centre for Sustainable Living, Denmark, Western Australia, March 2008

  • Silent Voices. Cannery Arts Centre, Esperance, Western Australia, June 2007

  • A Dream Come True. Hotel Timor, Dili, Timor-Leste, May 2005

  • Hamutuk (Together). Kalla Yeedip Gallery, Midland, Western Australia, June 1997

  • East Timor - Land of Crosses. Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Western Australia, June – July 1996

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

  • Hasoru-Malu. Curator of an exhibition showcasing the work of 15 Timorese prominent artists to mark the 20th anniversary of the Restoration of Independence in Timor-Leste. Fundação Oriente, Dili, Timor-Leste, May to June 2022  

  • Biennale Jogja XVI Equator #6 2021. Jogyakarta National Museum, Indonesia. October – November 2021 

  • ARTFEM, Women Artists 2nd International Biennial of Macau. Natura Albergue SCM, Macau, September – December 2020

  • Elastic (Borracha) Mobile Residency. Chan Contemporary Art Space, Northern Centre for Contemporary Art and Cross Art Projects, Darwin, Australia, September 2014

  • Arte Lusófona Contemporânea. Galeria Marta Traba, São Paulo, Brazil, May – July 2011

  • Picturing the Sea, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, University of Western Australia, August – October 2006

  • Trade Fair Exhibition. Instituto Camões, Dili Timor-Leste, March 2003

  • East Timor Cultural Week. University of Aveiro, Portugal, June 1998

  • Mar de Timor, Mar de Paz (Timor Sea, Sea of Peace). World Expo’98, University of Lisbon, Portugal, June 1998

  • Artist of the month. Kulcha Multicultural Arts of Western Australia, Fremantile, Western Australia, October 1997

  • Memory & Reality. Kalla Yeedip Gallery, Midland, Western Australia, April – May 1996

  • Junction. Kalla Yeedip Arts, Midland, August – September 1994

  • Dislocation. In collaboration with David Jones. Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Western Australia, May 1992

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