José Pedro Croft, born in 1957 in Porto, Portugal.
Lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal.
The Portugese sculptor José Pedro Croft has followed, during almost twenty years, his own constructive process in his work which has determined his authorship. This means that, although he is aligned with what we call contemporary art in the Occidental world, he does not betray his own conceptual proposals and creative expressions. Through his sculptures, he establishes poetic contents that allow the spectator to connect with the singularity of the visual universe, reaching out to more than just aesthetic pleasure. His mirrors and crystals create curious volumes that play with lighting effects to create shadows and reflects, establishing logical confrontments between full and empty spaces.