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What’s on… in Lisbon – Open air concerts at Gulbenkian

Gulbenkian is always a good place to spend time in. The exhibitions are very good, the garden is pleasant and the library is comfortable and full of interesting art books. But the other great reason to visit is the opportunity to see some amazing concerts.      There are concerts in Gulbenkian throughout the year,… 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 Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga – Josefa de Óbidos

The Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (MNAA) has, since May, a exhibition on of one of the most important portuguese artists of the 17th century. Born in Seville in 1630, she moved to Portugal at the age of 4, settling in Obidos where her father, Baltazar, continued his artistic career, painting still lives in the Sevillian bodegón manner,… 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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Currently on at São Mamede – Group exhibition in Porto

As always we are happy to show you a selection of a few of our artists. This exhibition opening in Porto tonight will bring you the artists Alexandre Bastos, Alvaro Lapa, Ana Maria, Benvindo de Carvalho, Carlos Carreiro, Deolinda Fonseca, Fernando Gaspar, Gervásio, Gil Maia, Gonzalez Bravo, Jean Pierre Porcher, Justino Alves, Nadir Afonso, Nuno Santiago,… Read more »