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2018 Millenium BCP Young Art Award

The Millenium BCP Foundation and Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa continue the effort of supporting young artist recently graduated – with a trip to a European city, an inclusion into an artistic event, and the continuation of their professional graduation – and the organization of...

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History according to ecology

“My conscience is perfectly aligned with the horizon and is borne from oil.” Nikolai NekhMy conscience is oil – perhaps the most concise statement of Nikolai Nekh’s work – is the acknowledgement of a turning point of an ontological perspective on the man. Before this...

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Art shatters Porto’s everyday life

Contemporaneity has given more independence and autonomy to the creation of artistic projects and platforms. The bond between exhibitions and the institutional constraints of museums and galleries is no longer dominant, opening up space for dialogs between other venues and works of art. In this...

Contemporaneity has given more...

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8th Edition of Jardins Efémeros

The Jardins Efémeros project is about to reach its eighth edition, an example of resilience in the contemporary art of Viseu. Over the years, this project/platform has tried to solidify relations between artists, curators, researchers and citizens, using at the same time the city’s iconic spaces...

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The voice of silence

When we visit Manuel Rosa’s anthological exhibition at the National Society of Fine Arts, we are at first affected, impressed, impregnated by the transparent silent curtain of the 66 exhibited works.Albeit the profusion of materials used – limestone, clay, plaster, bronze, iron, moulding sand, glass, etc. – and despite their thematic and formal diversity, these sculptures coexist harmoniously in...

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