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Fernando Lanhas vs Álvaro Lapa

Fernando Lanhas and Álvaro Lapa are two pivotal and emblematic figures in Portuguese contemporary art, particularly from the second half of the 20th century. At first, reflecting about them can be a separate and distinct effort, taking into account the traits and particularities of each...

Fernando Lanhas and Álvaro La...

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Escavar um Buraco

A project for an exhibition-installation by Paulo MendesPaulo Mendes’s most recent exhibition is held in Campanhã, at Espaço Mira, which is simultaneously the artist’s photography, video, study and research outcome.The film-based depiction of that Porto area opens and closes the installation, using two projection panels...

A project for an exhibition-in...

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Valter Ventura at Kubikgallery

Aim, shoot, capture, take. Words with a double meaning that are related to two seemingly different universes but whose movements and actions, when seen, are formidably similar. Hunting and photography share the same lexicon which flows into two different discourses. As Wittgenstein noted, there are...

Aim, shoot, capture, take. Wor...

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Ágora Club. Fórum do Futuro.

As envisioned by Georges Didi-Huberman, the present contains part of the past and edifies a bridge towards the future. Recognizing this relationship and applying it analytically allows a greater clarity when looking into the present, at the most diverse levels. The possibility of rescuing cases, works,...

As envisioned by Georges Didi-...

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Inês Teles

Contemporary art has multiple aspects, it is plural, heterogeneous and perennially innovative. While it moves forward at the same pace of present-day time and modernity, much of the ramifications of artistic creation still lie in the past, particularly the very first ones, and therefore, they...

Contemporary art has multiple ...

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