Artistic Installation | The new Lisbon Oceanarium exhibition is a sensory experience that transports us to the origin of our relationship with the Sea.
Professors and professionals from various fields of arts, sciences, and humanities present nature through current recording and communication techniques!
This year at the Communications Museum, we have focused the temporary exhibitions on the valve universe and have organised an exhibition and an art showcase dedicated to the theme.
Baltazar Gomes Figueira, born in Óbidos, known for being the father and master of the most interesting female artist in the history of Portuguese old painting - Josefa de Ayala, called Josefa de Obidos – was himself an important painter of the 17th century Baroque.
A future with water depends on each of us! This exhibition comes to life in the context of the International Decade for Action - Water for Sustainable Development.
This Cycle aims to highlight Painters who, in the Ibero-American World, and from the late Renaissance to our days, contributed to reduce gender bias and series of stereotypes in the world of the arts.
Luminous Matter explores light-based approaches by means of an itinerary through artistic practices in Portugal, from the mid-1960s until today.
First individual exhibition by Fernão Cruz, a young artist who has been formulating in his own way a question as old as mankind and which concerns death.
This exhibition focuses on the idea of "creating worlds" and on imagination and play built around mythological narratives.
This collective exhibition represents the human figure and the marks it leaves behind.
Samson Kambalu is presenting his work for the first time in Portugal in the most complete exhibition of his output to date.
Light and darkness are the words to describe this exhibition featuring more than 20 sculptures using lamps, projections and architectural elements.
Here Anne Lefebvre presents a show in which she begins with the manipulation of the structural elements of photography.
This exhibition will gather an important selection of documents, drawings and works of art created by the notorious author of Tintin.
Set of works by the two artists who were part of the Irradiação Vieira exhibition — works from the Ilídio Pinho Foundation collection
Pedro Calapez occupies at the Arpad Szenes Foundation – Vieira da Silva presenting 'Perto da Margem', an exhibition that includes works mostly unpublished and dated from 2018 to 2021.
Riding for a Fall is Kazuhito Kawai first solo exhibition with Sokyo Lisbon.
In the year marking the 500th anniversary of the death of King Manuel I, the Museu de Lisboa is hosting an exhibition about the city during his reign.
Discover aspects of the daily life of the city of Lisbon at the end of the 16th century. On a normal day, a unique city.
Revisit Paula Rego's path in this exhibition with 27 original works from his painter studio in London. Until January 15, 2022.