Spring-Summer Collection 2022
SHOPS AND ARTISTS Óptica Jomil – Luisa Cunha Pharmácia Teixeira Lopes – Délio Jasse Franco Gravador – Odete Primeira Casa das Bandeiras – Horácio Frutuoso Cutelaria Polycarpo – Diana Policarpo Retrosaria Batista & Reis – Nardo – Mónica de Miranda Retrosaria Mário Ramos – Nardo – Mané Pacheco Retrosaria Bijou – Susanne Themlitz Retrosaria Adriano […]
Banned for being Inconvenient” – Censorship materials form the Ephemera Archive
CENSORSHIP AND THE SAFEGUARDING OF RESPECT “All that exists is what the public knows to exist” (Salazar) The greatest accomplishment of the Censorship that persisted in the country for 48 years was to leave as a legacy, to this day, the nostalgic notion of a Portugal where everyone got along, where there was “consensus”, where […]
Spread across the whole city, there’ll be lots of art to see at the Municipal Galleries, all with free admission. If you’re already familiar with the galleries, then it’s a great time to revisit. If you’re not, then it’s the time to discover them. Until 7 July Manuel Zimbro – secret history of aviation and […]
Concurso de Tronos e Figuras de Santo António
AARL – (Association of Lisbon Regio Artisans) presents the Saint Anthony Throne and Figurine Contest, inviting artisans, schools and other interested parties to take part in this event that preserves the folk and cultural memory and which attracts so many admirers.
A Procissão de Santo António em Lisboa
The procession of Saint Anthony has taken place on the 13th June since the 18thcentury and is one of the cornerstones of the city’s festas calendar. It’s a genuine display of the faith and devotion that the Lisbon population has for its saint. Nowadays the procession makes its way through the historic neighbourhood of Alfama, […]
Saint Anthony – Art Circle
In Portugal, and particular in Lisbon (where Fernando de Bulhões was born), his cult has long reached greater proportions. The art gallery “A Arte da Terra”, in its role as a space dedicated to Portuguese culture, is once again addressing his cult and influences in its 18th Exhibition about Saint Anthony. It will bring together […]
Thrones of Saint Anthony street exhibition
Once again the Museu de Lisboa – Santo António is challenging all lisboetas to put together their own throne of Saint Anthony, transforming the city into one huge exhibition room. Continuing the thrones of Saint Anthony tradition, the museum is making throne structures available to the community which they can decorate and place on the […]
The Sound of Longing | The Portuguese Zither
The particular sound of this instrument and its unique expressive resources allow it to play pieces belonging to musical styles as diverse as Fado, Early Music, World Music and Jazz. The Portuguese guitar is the star of this exhibition, which brings together more than 50 instruments from private and public collections, namely from Pedro Pedro […]
As Lisboas do NS
Original drawings, edited illustrations and various objects for – and about – the city of Lisbon created by imaginary of the illustrator Nuno Saraiva over the last 10 years.
Add the right amount of inspiration and talent. Choose the theme from a recent soundbite or a customary image. And hope that, in the end, you get that little bit of luck and it turns into another 100% original sardine. Put simply, the formula is uncertain, but the shape is magic. The 100% sardine exhibition […]
Photograph Exhibition “Cultural Promotion Campaigns – 1975”
Photographs by Manuel de Brito MFA Cultural Promotion Campaign – Guarda and North Northeast Operations Opening: 17th april, wednesday, 11am Museu do Aljube – 4th floor
Carnations as bullets installation
An installation positioned at the Museum entrance during the month of April. With hanging carnations made by the women of Campo Maior and plastic design by Ambrósio.
You are (not) here
“Places possess a spirit. But time doesn’t always allow them to keep the same one forever. In this piece of Lisbon, whatever it is in hectares (340), stretching from Terreiro do Paço to Entrecampos, ways of building, ways of letting go and part of a century died. Peace to its soil. In the middle of […]
In its eight edition, the VICENTE project ends a programme of events that, since 2011, has sought to reinvent and explore the relationship between the public and the figure of (and myths surrounding) Saint Vincent, patron saint of Lisbon. VICENTE’18 takes place under the slogan “Lisbon, anchor of the infinite” and brings the artistic offering […]
The discovery of the Roman Theatre
A small exhibition about Manuel Caetano de Sousa, the architect who discovered the Roman Theatre in April, 1798. His name remained forgotten for a long time, having been supplanted by Italian architect Francisco Xavier Fabri. Only recently, with the discovery of new documents at the Real Library of Rio de Janeiro, has it been possible […]
Strange recent days of an unhappy time
The Atelier-Museu Júlio Pomar is now hosting the curated exhibition that won the Atelier-Museu Júlio Pomar / EGEAC Prize in 2016, in the second year of the award: ‘Strange recent days of an unhappy time’, curated by Hugo Dinis. One of the works displayed is ‘O Almoço do Trolha’ by Júlio Pomar, an iconic work of Portuguese neo-realism, which the artist started during […]
Time After Time
This exhibition comprises over 500 photographs that chart a photographer’s career and help us to understand the key events in Portugal’s recent history. A major retrospective of one of the most iconic figures in Portuguese photojournalism, it showcases photographic documentation spanning almost 50 years of Cunha’s work.
‘Operation Condor’ is the result of nine years of research and gathering images by the Portuguese photojournalist João Pina, in the form of a tribute to the memory of the victims of Operation Condor, a political-military alliance that prevailed at the height of the Cold War between the dictatorships of six Latin American countries – Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. To complement the […]
The Lisbon that could have been
This exhibition reveals designs, models, drawings and proposals for Lisbon that were presented from the 16th to the 20th century, but were never executed in real life. The exhibition comprises around 200 pieces from urban planning and architectural projects that were ultimately never realised.
Save the Sardine!
June is the month of basil, parades and Festas de Lisboa. But it is also the month of sardines: of those that drip into the bread and those that glow on paper. Once again, we casted our nets to the seven seas and challenged everyone to join the Sardine Contest 2018. We received over three […]