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Galerias Municipais

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 […]

April in Lisbon
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

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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 […]

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Entrada Livre

TEATRO by Pascal Rambert 15 september, 8pm Sala Garrett THEATRE was born in Russia. Pascal Rambert was at the Moscow Art Theatre, having been invited to present the play Clôture de d’amour in Russian. During the time he was there, Rambert spoke with the actors. Young and old. He heard the stories and memories of […]

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Vicente’18

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 […]

April in Lisbon
Operation Condor

‘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 […]

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Sails of Lisbon

The 5th edition of Sails of Lisbon, starting at Cais das Colunas for a regatta down the Tejo. A perfect occasion for taking that picture of Lisbon.  

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Lovers’ Garden: The Art of Marrying in Mozambique

Weddings in Mozambique are surprising, but always solemn, rituals; an event of great importance for family and guests alike. They are prepared to the smallest detail and it is not uncommon for couples to wait for years until they have the necessary means to perform the ceremony (even if this means that the bride and […]

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In the footsteps of Saint Anthony – A Journey by Gonçalo Cadilhe

Following his book and documentary, Gonçalo Cadilhe brings us the photographs of the journey he made, tracing the route of Saint Anthony through countries like Morocco, Spain, Italy and France.

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LU.CA, a new theatre for kids

A new municipal theatre has been born on the Calçada da Ajuda. With an eye on the future, and pushing harder to create new audiences for the arts, Lisbon now has a theatre which is exclusively dedicated to art programmes for youngsters. This space has a long history dating back to 1737 when it was […]

Lisbon Festivities
You Are (not) Here

Thanks to Expo’98, the east section of Lisbon, which lay part abandoned, part frozen in time, was reborn with the creation of Parque das Nações, a city within a city. Photographer Bruno Portela was a privileged witness to one of the country’s greatest urban transformations. Few people have any idea of what inhabited the landscape […]

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Saint Anthony’s Selfie Paper

Starting at Museu de Lisboa – Santo António we invite you to discover Alfama and Mouraria and take the most typical selfie.