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What’s on… in Paris – Le Corbusier at The Centre Pompidou

Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, also known as Le Corbusier was one of those rare people who are visionaries and excel in several areas. As an architect, bran planner, writer and theorist of modernity but also as a painter and sculptor, Le Corbusier marked profoundly the 20th century.     This will be the last weekend for an… Read more »

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What’s on.. in Lisboa – X de Charrua at CAM

António Charrua (1925 — 2008) is represented in most public collections for a reason. His work can be roughly divided into two groups: the human figure and the spaces it inhabits.     Now CAM (Centro de Arte Moderna) is bringing us a collection that depicts his evolution throughout the years, clearly showing his evolution… Read more »

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What’s on… in Berlin  the Botticelli Renaissance, Gemäldegalerie, Berlin

While eclectic Berlin does not need a reason to visit, this new Botticelli exhibition might just make it even more attractive.     The  Gemäldegalerie from the 24 September to the 24 January 2016 is bringing us 20 Botticelli’s works that are being displayed for the first time along side 100 artworks that come together… Read more »

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Currently on at São Mamede Lisbon – Alexandre Manuel

Alexandre Manuel, born in France in 1979 and living in Portugal, with a Phd in visual semiotics, specialized in Editorial Images in France didn’t discover photography until his trip to brazil in 2000.     His love for photography kept growing and he has since fully dedicated his life to his passion, having won several… Read more »

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Currently on at São Mamede Lisbon – Rui Tavares

Rui Tavares, Figueira da Foz, 1974 is an award winning artist living an working in Lisbon. His exhibition is opening this thursday, the 25th of June at São Mamede Lisbon with the title “Lugares: Proposições para um estudo em branco”, together with Alexandre Manuel’s photography exhibition.     Rui Tavares has a degree in painting… Read more »

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From our Files – Jorge Vieira at São Mamede

José Augusto França calls him the most important portuguese sculpture of the 50’s and he is not alone in the admirations for who is definitely one of the best portuguese sculptures of all time. Jorge Vieira’s creatures are strange, but somehow, you can’t help to immediately fall in love with them. So while searching for… Read more »