Sara Bichão lives and works in Lisbon. Has a degree (2008) and a master (2011) in Plastic Arts from Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon. Has integrated  several artistic residences like Residency Unlimited (2012, EUA), ADM-PIRA (2016, Mexico) or Artistes en Résidence (2017, France). Exhibits regularly since 2009. Solo exhibitions (selection): Encontra-me, Mato-te (2018), Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon; Coastal (2017) and Adrift in Space, Melt in Pace (2015), Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston; O meu sol chora (2016), Fundação Portuguesa das Comunicações in partnership with Galeria Bessa Pereira, Lisbon; Somebody’s Address (2016) and Open Gates (2014), Rooster Gallery, New York; Recheio (2014), Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa, Lisbon. Group exhibitions (selection): Chama (2018), Atelier- -Museu Júlio Pomar, Lisbon; Extática Esfinge (2017), CIAJG, Guimarães; Curar e Reparar (2017), Anozero, Biennial of Contemporary Art of Coimbra; O Que Eu Sou (2017), MAAT, Lisbon; Now, this is fucking too hot (2017, com Manon Harrois), Les Ateliers, Clermont-Ferrand; Puras Cosas Nuevas (2017), Pantalla Blanca, Mexico City; de repente bien (2016), Cantabria Central Library, Santander; }{ { } (2015, com Omar Barquet), Diagrama, Mexico City; Eccentric Exercise II (2015), KCB, Belgrado; Les Gens Heureux, Copenhagen (2014); Soundless Harmonies (2014), Artopia Gallery, Milão; Eccentric Exercise I (2013), Copenhagen; Uma Coisa a Seguir à Outra (2013, com Miguel Ângelo Rocha), Galeria Quadrum, Lisbon; Extending the Line (2012), Arevalo Gallery, Miami. Was awarded by Fidelidade Mundial - Young Artists Award (2009, honorable mention), by Anteciparte (2009, selected artist) and won the BPI / FBAUL (2008) in the discipline of painting. Her work is represented  in several public collections: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon; MAAT - Fundação EDP, Lisbon; Fundação Portuguesa das Comunicações, Lisbon; Figueiredo Ribeiro Collection, Lisbon; António Cachola  Collection, Elvas; MidFirst Bank, Arizona; Twins Design, Houston; Fidelidade Mundial, Lisbon; Telo de Morais, Coimbra; Benetton Foundation, Milan; CAC, Malaga.