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Parallel Review Lisbon 2021

From the 9th of September, in the outer space of the Alvalade Market, there will be a retrospective with a selection of artists who have participated in the project since its foundation in 2017: Extended Atlas. This exhibition is curated by Sandra Vieira Jürgens. On Saturday 11th September, in the gardens of the Museum of […]

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Our Utsava Festival

Organized by the association Isha Artes, this festival is a way to promote and promote activities related to Indian culture and the community that resides in Portugal. The program includes workshops, exhibitions, traditional music and food. See the full schedule here.

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Municipal Galleries

All over the city, there is a lot of art to see in the Municipal Galleries, all with free entry. If you already know the galleries, this is a good time to revisit them. If you don't know them yet, it's time to discover them. until 7 July Manuel Zimbro – secret history of aviation and other meteorites Quadrum Gallery (Palace […]

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Manuel Brito's Photography Exhibition

Manuel Brito's photography exhibition on the MFA's Cultural Dynamization Campaign – Guarda and Norte Nordeste Operations. From April 17th to May 30th. Opening: April 17, Wednesday, 11 am 4th Floor of the Aljube Museum

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Free entry

THEATER by Pascal Rambert September 15, 20:00 Sala Garrett to classify by CCE THEATER was born in Russia. Pascal Rambert was at the Moscow Art Theater, invited to present the play Cloture de d'amour in Russian. During his time there, Rambert spoke with actors. New and old. Heard the stories and the memories […]

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Vicente'18

At its eighth edition, the VICENTE project closes a programming cycle that since 2011 has sought to reinvent and explore the public's relationship with the figure and the myths surrounding São Vicente, patron saint of Lisbon. VICENTE'18 is built under the motto Lisbon, anchor of the infinite and takes you inside the Ermida N. Srª da […]

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You are not here

“Places have a spirit. But time does not allow them to remain the same forever. In this piece of Lisbon, anything in hectares (340) like the extension that goes from Terreiro do Paço to Entrecampos, ways of building, ways of letting go, have died, part of a century. Peace to your mud. […]

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Sails of Lisbon

Because photographing Lisbon without the Tagus is an incomplete scenario and because the Tagus without candles is an inanimate landscape, here is the 5th edition of “Sails of Lisbon”. It is from Cais das Colunas that, at sunset, the hundred boats participating in the regatta, which since its inception has been the most participated in Portugal.

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On the steps of Santo António, A Journey by Gonçalo Cadilhe

After the book and the documentary, Gonçalo Cadilhe brings us photographs of the trip he made, following the route of Santo António through countries such as Morocco, Spain, Italy or France.

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Valentine's Garden: The Art of Marriage in Mozambique

Popular weddings in Mozambique are a surprising ritual, always with great solemnity, an event of great importance for the family and guests. One of the most curious aspects of these weddings is the presence of the newlyweds in public gardens or on the beach to be photographed. All traditional poses are prepared with great care and no one should be left out of the portrait. António Leitão-Marques lived 5 years […]

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You are not here

Thanks to Expo 98, the eastern part of Lisbon, somewhere between abandonment and a stop in time, was reborn with the creation of Parque das Nações, city within city. Photographer Bruno Portela was a privileged witness of one of the biggest urban transformations in the country. Few are aware of what inhabited that one 20 years ago […]

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Santo António Selfie Paper

Who gets the most typical photos? A route that starts at the Museum of Santo António and leaves to discover the Santo through the neighborhoods of Alfama and Mouraria.

April in Lisbon
time after time

There are more than 500 photographs that trace the path of a photographer and help to understand important events in the recent history of Portugal. A great retrospective of one of the biggest names in Portuguese photojournalism that allows us to see photographic documents covering almost 50 years of his career. Some of the most iconic photographs of him are […]

April in Lisbon
Operation Condor – João Pina's photography exhibition

Curated by Diógenes Moura “Operation Condor” is the result of nine years of research and image collection by the Portuguese photographer João Pina and is assumed as a tribute to the memory of the victims of this operation, a political-military alliance that prevailed during the height of the Cold War between the dictatorships of six Latin American countries – Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, […]