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Quantum Creole, by Filipa César

Quantum Creole, exhibited at the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum – Project Space until 2 September, is the result of a long research process (approximately ten years) conducted by Filipa César in Guinea-Bissau, translated into other projects such as Spell Reel (2017), the first feature film by...

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Canhota, by Mariana Gomes

Canhota [Left-handed], an individual exhibition presented by Mariana Gomes at Fundação Carmona e Costa (extended until 20 July), stands out for its dynamism and boldness. It’s irreverent, disruptive, dashing, humour-laden and unpretentious. It surprises, it knocks the wind out of the viewer, it sets booby-traps,...

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Nocturno, by Sandra Cinto

Nocturno is the site-specific installation that marks the return of the Brazilian artist Sandra Cinto to our country, shown at Appleton Square until June 22, curated by David Barro. Sharing the title of the exhibition held last May at the Casa Triângulo gallery, in São...

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Dois anos e meio

The title of Nuno Nunes-Ferreira’s exhibition at the Balcony Contemporary Art Gallery (on display until May 20) is entitled dois anos e meio [two years and a half] and it represents the period that the artist devoted both to research efforts and to their materialization,...

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Filmica by Pat O Neill and Joana Pitta

Monitor, an exhibitive and self-assumed experimental space, a satellite in Lisbon of the renowned and homonymous Italian gallery (based in Rome), stands out yet again in the national context for the boldness of its programme. Filmica, on display until April 6, reinforces this position by...

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