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EXPOSIÇÕES ATUAIS


Teresa Gonçalves Lobo.


Búzio Edition by António Aragão, 1956.


Patrícia Lino and 1950-2012 Selected Poems by Adrienne Rich.


Metamorphoses by Ovid, translated by Paulo Farmhouse Alberto.


Dayana Lucas.


Pedro Tudela.


Collection of Sand by Italo Calvino.


Catarina Domingues.


Sérgio Braz d'Almeida.


O Sabor das Trevas by the Portuguese poet and fiction writer José Gomes Ferreira.


António Olaio.


Why I’m Still A Communist, artist book by Pedro Pousada.


Verifique se o mesmo by Nuno Ramos.


Ana Vidigal.


Diana Policarpo.

Outras exposições actuais:

MAJA ESCHER

UM DIA CHOVEU TERRA


Galeria Municipal de Arte de Almada, Almada
CATARINA REAL

COMPETIÇÃO EXPERIMENTAL

CURTAS VILA DO CONDE IFF 2020


Teatro Municipal de Vila do Conde, Vila do Conde
DASHA BIRUKOVA

ANGELO GONÇALVES

ESTANQUE


Galeria TREM, Faro
MIRIAN TAVARES

COLECTIVA

PAUSA | LIVROS - PARTE IV


PLATAFORMAS ONLINE,
SÉRGIO PARREIRA

DOROTHEA LANGE

WORDS & PICTURES


MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art, Nova Iorque
MAURO SANTOS GONÇALVES

COLECTIVA

A IDADE DE OURO DO MOBILIÁRIO FRANCÊS. DA OFICINA AO PALÁCIO


Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa
CARLA CARBONE

TÚLIA SALDANHA

UMAHORA VI


Centro de Arte Contemporânea Graça Morais, Bragança
LAURA CASTRO

DIOGO TUDELA

VOCAL TRACT / BLACK HOLE / VENT SHAFT (PART I)


gnration, Braga
CATARINA REAL

COLECTIVA

FAZER DE CASA LABIRINTO


Balcony, Lisboa
DIOGO GRAÇA

JAMES NEWITT

FOSSIL


Carpintarias de São Lázaro, Lisboa
DIOGO GRAÇA

ARQUIVO:


GROUP SHOW

PAUSE | BOOKS - PART 4




PLATAFORMAS ONLINE



23 MAR - 31 AGO 2020


 

 

This is the fourth and last part of a visual literary “exhibition”, which debuted on March 23rd resulting from the participation of more than 40 artists on our Instagram page artecapital.net. PAUSE Books is a project created and curated by Sérgio Parreira.

 

 


TERESA GONÇALVES LOBO 

"Búzio" Edition by António Aragão, 1956. I was caught in this quarantine phase on one of my visits to Madeira, thus being away from home and my books. However, there are books that, due to their and my history, I insist on reading, rereading, touching… in my atelier in Funchal. I highlight BÚZIO, Caderno literário, an edition of António Aragão from 1956, with the collaboration of Edmundo Bettencourt, David Mourão-Ferreira, Eurico de Sousa, Esther de Lemos, Herberto Helder, Jorge Sumares and J.Escada, in addition to António Aragão himself. "Fonte" by Herberto Helder is to be read, read, and revisited in the silence of a loud voice…”

 

PATRÍCIA LINO 

"1950-2012 Selected Poems" by Adrienne Rich and "Metamorphoses" by Ovid, translated by Paulo Farmhouse Alberto, are two of the books I returned to during this quarantine. Rich's book collects part of the poems published up to her death in 2012. The Burning of Paper Instead of Children", "North American Time" and "Tonight No Poetry Will Serve" are three of the texts I recommend. The latter book, without which most classical mythology would simply be beyond our grasp, not to mention most European sculpture and painting from the 15th to the 19th centuries would be incomprehensible, gathers the vast majority of myths from the ancient Greek and Roman world.

 

DAYANA LUCAS 

“Writings from the Zen Masters” Penguin Books - Great Ideas | THE TRUE PATH. “Just before Ninakawa passed away the Zen master Ikkyu visited him. ‘Shall I lead you on?’ Ikkyu asked. Ninakawa replied: ‘I came here alone and I go alone’. What help could you be to me?’ Ikkyu answered: ‘If you think you really come and go, that is your delusion. Let me show you the path on which there is no coming and no going’. With his words, Ikkyu had revealed the path so clearly that Ninakawa smiled and passed away. / Zen Stories. Some traditional, some by Mujū.”

 

 

 

PEDRO TUDELA 

Collection of Sand” by Italo Calvino. For all of those, who value memory and the seductive influence of ‘objects’, this beautiful book, originally published in 1984, brings together a series of essays from the 70s and 80s, and offers the reader a sequence of essays to understand what is different, what is shown as culturally weird or displaced in time.

 

CATARINA DOMINGUES 

“Dreams” by Walter Benjamin. Walter Benjamin's ‘Dreams’ transports us to the extreme place where we see ourselves as a stranger, a being before its death - its secret. Within the complexity between conscious and unconscious, transition between dream and consciousness without a split forming an intimate thought. These dreams are associated with some images of Clara Sanchez Sala.

 

 

 

SÉRGIO BRAZ D’ALMEIDA 

“O Sabor das Trevas” by the Portuguese poet and fiction writer José Gomes Ferreira. This book was written by José Gomes Ferreira in 1976. I am not sure which was the reason that led me to flip through this book at this moment. One thing is for sure, the sentences in this book never ceased to amaze me… ‘Chapter V - Now they were both walking around the city, naked and holding hands, lost in that crowd of fumbling blind people, which thanks to illusionary devices of various colors, assumed they had eyes and did see only the reality they aimed to.

 

ANTÓNIO OLAIO 

“Why I’m Still A Communist” is an artist book by Pedro Pousada. “Why I’m Still A Communist is an artist book by Pedro Pousada edited by Stolen Books. Pedro is my colleague at Colégio das Artes (Arts College) and at the architecture department of the University of Coimbra. He says that the drawings in this book "discuss the human subject", as "a dirty and stubborn creature made of biology and culture". It’s clear why and he still is a communist. At least we will understand that for him to be a communist is something that can be explained like this, through the complexity of these drawings, with characters made of unstable bodies, attentive to the world and with an anguish desire for change.

 

ANA VIDIGAL 

“Verifique se o mesmo” by Nuno Ramos. There are visual artists that also happen to be writers, and good ones. Nuno Ramos is a great example of that.

 

DIANA POLICARPO 

“Full Surrogacy Now” (2019) by Sophie Lewis. In Lewis's utopia, the family did not vanish; it is chosen, wilder, more abundant and less restricted. Bad news for heteronormative ideology.

 

Full Surrogacy Now (2019) by Sophie Lewis. 



SÉRGIO PARREIRA