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Cuban Posters of OSPAAAL 1960-1980, at ZDB

The current local election campaign prompts a period of reflection to reckon, among other things, the sort of image that parties and political candidates rely on to establish communication with citizens. Political billboards emerge one after the other, with worn-out slogans, a barely tolerable printing...

The current local election cam...

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Making sense of disperse assets

These last two or three decades city museums have occupied a major space among the museology debate. Archives, assets and estate are shown according to the identity of a place, as the remaining pieces of a collective memory. The Museum of Lisbon is one of...

These last two or three decade...

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Azores Burning Summer 2017

There’s something about Azores that welcomes deep insight. The loneliness and the omnipresence of elements in everyday tasks gives a mystic aura to this archipelago’s places. The clouds are always present, the wind and humidity too; the green color scatters through vast vales with the...

There’s something about Azor...

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Waking Life

If going to the village of Crato doesn’t amount to anything more than music shows that would already make little or no sense in the last decade of the past century, then forget it, this festival is not for you, nor the GPS will help...

If going to the village of Cra...

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Festival Múltiplo

It was once a charcoal and a tavern. Quite close to the House Museum of Amália Rodrigues and, yet, the artistic expressions exhibited at the number 432 of Rua de São Bento are much more stimulating and insightful. Zaratan - Arte Contemporânea has been giving...

It was once a charcoal and a t...

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The Sweet and Shy Madonna

Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (The National Museum of Ancient Art – MNAA) has been welcoming in recent times a series of temporary exhibitions celebrated through partnerships with foreign museums. It happened in the past with Prado Museum, which materialized the wonderful exhibition: Rubens, Brueghel,...

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Carmona e Costa Foundation/AICA Prizes

The Carmona e Costa Foundation and the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) announced last week the Prize for Art and Architecture Critic and Essay. The first prize was given to Maria Filomena Molder for her work Rebuçados Venezianos [Venetian Candies], published by Relógio d’Água...

The Carmona e Costa Foundation...

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