Building a critical thought about the past, Fernanda Fragateiro brings to the center of her speech voices of women artists who questioned the limits of their participation and integration in the art world.
"Zig Zag" Terrace Pavilion
Abismo is the title of a work that included a sculpture, a sound piece, and an edition.
Sara Bichão's work unleashes the meek and the violent that happen from the threshold of language.
What Photography has in Common with an Empty Vase is a multi-faceted work developed from a collaboration with Grain Projects and HM Prison Birmingham (the largest category B prison in the Midlands, UK), with its inmates and their families, as well as a myriad of other local organizations and individuals.
Galeria Filomena Soares presents She Who Tells a Story, focused on female artists who work the universe of photography, performance, and video as their medium of expression.
Every few seconds, the muscle that raises the upper eyelid releases, while another one acts involuntarily.
What I painted are supposed to be stains. It is a liquid paint that has been poured, filled, sprayed and slapped.
Architecture and urbanism have always been the reference material of Rodrigo Oliveira's work (Sintra, 1978), explored in multiple supports with a predominance of sculpture and installation, but always with a strong, intense and ample chromaticism.
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