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Restless, yet accurate

Pedro Cabrita Reis is one of the Portuguese artists who best theorizes his work. To hear him speak is like being in an art history class; it is to know many of the avant-garde moments; it is to question many “safe places” and to realize...

Pedro Cabrita Reis is one of t...

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Things Founded in Silence

The silence has been a cause for reflection among many authors and artists. Able to summon a creative and meditative spirit, silence is synonymous with interiority, peace, consolation, but also melancholy and solitude. Also, it is a vote, a political position, a manifestation that, albeit...

The silence has been a cause f...

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Lusofolia: A Beleza Insensata

Lusofolia: A Beleza Insensata, curated by António Saint Silvestre, at the Centro de Arte Oliva until March 15, brings together works by renowned and more recent Portuguese, Brazilian and Angolan authors in the context of Art Brut/Outsider.The exhibition was created by collectors Richard Treger and...

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Eye-vo-re, Mariana Barrote at Sala 117

In Mariana Barrote’s first solo exhibition at Sala 117, drawings, paintings, video and small objects articulate themselves, literally, in the construction of visual narratives and poetry. The different media used contribute to make drawing, first as a matrix, expand trans-disciplinarily, expanding the heterogeneous nature of...

In Mariana Barrote’s first s...

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Dora Maar, at the Tate Modern, London

Dora Maar (1907-1997), an artist who is best known for her surrealist photography, was forgotten in life. Only after her death was she remembered and appreciated.The retrospective of her work, until March 15 at the Tate Modern in London, shows much of this surrealist photography,...

Dora Maar (1907-1997), an arti...

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