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The life and death of public things

The respect for private memory surpasses the respect for public memory. Between the residence, the home, the house, and the square, the objects of the past safeguard a distinct survival for each one.In the private domain, the halls and rooms are the preferential spots of exhibition...

The respect for private memory...

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Tatiana Macedo at Culturgest Porto. Esgotaram-se os nomes para as tempestades

The room of Culturgest Porto has become, until 20 May, a plateau of reflection on the individual, the society, the human relations and the cultural conditions.With the renowned curator, theorist and critic Delfim Sardo at the helm, the ever so typical architectural features of the historic building are now in the area consigned to its...

The room of Culturgest Porto...

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No meio do caminho tinha um osso, tinha um osso no meio do caminho – or the expeditionary adventure of Pedro Valdez Cardoso

The history of the contemporary art has been acknowledging a generalized appropriationist trend in the artistic practice field, dwelling – repeatedly, it must be said – on the incorporation of the archeologic, ethnographic, cartographic, documental or archival imagery. Indeed, the contemporary artist has been, eagerly...

The history of the contemporar...

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Tremor Festival 2018

The Tremor festival returns to the island of São Miguel, between 20 and 24 March.This 5th edition has a wide program, which includes more than 40 music shows, approximately 10 artistic residencies, cycles of talks conducted by The Creative Independent platform, and several parallel activities,...

The Tremor festival returns to...

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Capital images

Image:The neoliberal man is on the run. The neoliberal man jogs, does CrossFit, dresses clean and tidy, has studied in the best universities and was an intern in the best financial business centres of the world. With suit and tie, trendy lines, he is subservient to the big...

Image:The neoliberal man i...

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Brussels with Fernand Léger

Inaugurated on 9 February, at BOZAR (Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels), an anthological exhibition of the French Fernand Léger (1881-1955), whose artistic path is intertwined with Art History of the first half of the 20th century.The exhibition is structured upon 10 nucleuses, scattered throughout the majestic Art Deco...

Inaugurated on 9 February, at ...

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