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On recurrences, by Ana Guedes

The family heirloom is the witness of an individual’s cultural education. Book, disks, photos, papers, homes are sediments of that homunculus monument called personal and individual identity, made of memories, teachings and learnings.On recurrences, by Ana Guedes, meets these ideas e takes shape from a...

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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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Francisco Tropa, O Pirgo de Chaves

Dialogues: Pirgo de Chaves, an object obtained from an archaeological excavation lends the title to Francisco Tropa’s exhibition at the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum. However, it’s the dialogues that are the true dynamo of the exhibition. Not only the dialogue that Tropa perennially establishes between the...

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Espaço Real

Gonçalo Conde has been feeling the urge to be connected to the art realm since he was 13. His greatest passion is fashion, but the gateway to this world has been the antiquities he has collected since his twenties. Life led him to opt for...

Gonçalo Conde has been feelin...

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Fiction and Fabrication, at MAAT

Fiction and Fabrication. Photography of Architecture after the Digital Turn is an exhibition assembled by Pedro Gadanho and Sérgio Fazenda Rodrigues, whose leitmotif is the evocation of Photoshop’s thirtieth anniversary and the consequent banalization of digital tools in photography, it is found at MAAT’s Main...

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A conversation with Ernesto Neto

"Whenever we speak of nature, we exclude her from ourselves" It was my friend Cayetano Limorte (Ernesto Neto. El cuerpo como lugar común, Ediciones Asimétricas, 2018) who, for the first time, told me about the carioca artist Ernesto Neto (1964, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). His works...

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Satellites, by Márcio Vilela

At the confluence of science, technology, art and poetry, the “Satellites” exhibition by the Brazilian photographer Márcio Vilela - curated by Adelaide Ginga - at the Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea do Chiado, in Lisbon, appears as a sort of window on the starry sky...

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