Theodore Ereira-Guyer (1990, London) lives and works between London, UK and Portugal.

Ereira-Guyer's practice switches between print, sculpture and painting. He studied at Byam Shaw School of Art at Central Saint Martins, NUA and the Royal College of Art in London.

Ereira-Guyer work is held in private and public collections throughout the world including YALE Centre For British Art, TATE Special Collections, The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), the British Museum, Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, Millenium BCP Foundation, MACAM and the Pompidou Centre. He was the recipient of the Helen Chadwick Award for multidisciplinary artists.

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Text about solo exhibtion Time Lapse with The Bridge Project at Fonte, São Paulo, Brazil Das Artes, by Gus Moura de Almeida, 2022.

Interview with Mariana Baião Santos, Umbigo Magazine, 2022. In Portuguese and English.

Interview with Floorr Magazine, London, 2020.

Excerpt from Returning book with writings from Lucy Biddle, and Nicholas Usherwood, 2019.

Interview with Umbigo Magazine, 2018. In Portuguese and English.