Eduardo daRosa painting “Let’s Play Ball” at 54th Street Studio
“The best way to know me is to look at my art.”

Eduardo DaRosa was born in Alentejo, Portugal. His sense of vocation started early in life. By the age of 18, he had his first book of poetry published. He left for Paris in the ’70s and roamed through central Europe mostly living in Germany. DaRosa moved to Canada and traveled extensively through North America and Mexico. It was in Mexico that DaRosa encountered a form of Art that influenced him not only for its form and content but also for the empathetic experience that it projects on the viewer. The mural! For days DaRosa watched Siquieros, “Polyform Mural” being executed, and had the privilege to witness the painting of a work of the magnitude of the “March of Humanity on Earth and Towards the Cosmos”. This work had a great influence on the way DaRosa views and comprehends fine art today. For the last 30 years, DaRosa works in Miami, Florida, which places few restrictions on size and scale.

Selected Exhibitions

2014-2019 MiMo Art Gallery, Miami, Fl. 2010-2014 Intense Studio Work, Miami, Fl.

Travelling Exhibition in México
Museum of San Miguel de Allende, Gto, México
University Ibero Mexico, Leon, Guanajuato, México
Museo de la Ciudad de Querétaro, Qto, México
Museo de la Ciudad de Léon, Guanajuato, México

T. Curtsnock Fine Arts, Miami, FL

Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL
T. Curtsnock Fine Arts, Miami, FL

The Lowe Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia; 
Margulies Taplin Gallery, Miami, FL; 
Art and Culture Centre of Hollywood, FL
South Dakota State University Galery; 
HEIM Gallery of Art, Fisher Isle, FL

Museum of Art, Ft. Lauderdale, 34th Annual Hortt Exhibition
Curated by Karen Wilkin, NYC Art Critic;
Becks +4 Inaugural Exhibition, Curated by Becks +4
Victoria Galleries, Coral Gables, FL

H. Rosen gallery, Miami, FL;
Kunstverein Gallery Pikanta, Leipzig, Germany;
Ritter Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

14th Chicago International Art Fair, Chicago IL;
Museum of Art, Ft. Lauderdale, 35th Annual Hortt Exhibition;
Curated by Kathleen Monaghan, Whitney Museum of Art
Miami Dade Community College – North Campus, FL

Museum of Art, Ft. Lauderdale, 34th Annual Hortt Exhibition,
Miami International Art Fair, FL;
Mido Gallery, Clearwater, FL;

Oliveira Fine Art, NYC, NY;
Oliveira Fine Art, Santa Monica, California ;
Kunstverein Pikanta, Leipzig, Germany;


1998 The Miami Herald, Armando Alvarez Bravo, Aug.
1997 “La Figura Apasionada”The Miami Herald, Armando Alvarez Bravo, May.
1996 Latin Painters, Glenn Harper, The Journal Constitution, Atlanta, Feb. 96
1995 “Hortt Exhibition is History Lesson in 20th Century styles” The Eastsider,
1995 “Pintura a Partier de la Leccion de Lombok, El Nuevo Herald, Galeria Pg.4-D
1993 Symbols & Allegories, August, Catalogue
1993 Latin American Art Magazine, Prof. Carol Damian Pg. 74
1992 Hortt Exhibition High on Humanity, Miami Herald, Elisa Turner, Sept.13
1992 Arts & Leisure, Sun Sentinel, Sept. 15., Roger Hurlburt
1992 Art With Uneasiness, Palm Beach Post, Sept. 18th, Gary Schwau
1992 La Vida en Da Rosa, El Nuevo Herald, Aug. 1, Juan Carlos Perez
1991 The Post, Forum, “Holocaust Series Seeths With Human Emotion” June, pg 14
1989 “Portuguese paints the holocaust” Post Mordem, Dec.