Royal College of Art
With the active support of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the short term internships program at the Quinta de S. Miguel in that Almada that started off in 1990/91 - the so-called “Lisbon Studio” -, is complemented with internships of Ar.Co’s students in London (The “London Studio”). Between 1991 and 1995, José Luís Neto, António Júlio Duarte, Cristina Filipe, Suzanne Themlitz, Francisco Tropa, Jorge Queiroz, Ana Yokoshi, Sérgio Mah, António Poppe, Carlos Calado, Ana Maria Ferreira, Daniel Blaufuks, Ana Luísa Ribeiro, Teresa Santos, Pedro Gomes, Noé Sendas, Ilda Bragança, Eurico Vieira, Ana Claudia Lins, Alexandre Conefrey and Isabel Dreyer develop work in several different departments at RCA.
Work presentation of the Advanced Course in Photography, Ar.Co, 1993. Students from the Royal College of Art with Ar.Co stidents and teachers.
Conference by Michael Langford (head of Photography at Royal College of Art). Ar.Co, Lisbon, 1992.
Catalogue cover of the exhibition showing work from the first group of Ar.Co students to enter the RCA exchange. 1992.