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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...

Monitor, an exhibitive and sel...

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Carlos Bunga

Carlos Bunga (Porto, 1976) simultaneously presents two exhibitions in Lisbon: Where I Am Free, at Fundação Carmona e Costa, and The Architecture of Life. Environments, Sculptures, Paintings and Films, at MAAT. These exhibitions are a partnership and complement each other. Where I Am Free is...

Carlos Bunga (Porto, 1976) sim...

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Gerry Bibby, Public

In Public, the Australian Gerry Bibby forces art to look outside. The whole area of Maumaus’ Lumiar Cité is somehow turned inside out and the exhibition is geared towards the exterior, taking advantage of the gallery’s glass walls.Since the space itself seems to have been...

In Public, the Australian Gerr...

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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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