A monumental exhibition arrives in Lisbon bringing Banksy’s satirical and subversive street art.
The Architects Who Never Threw Anything Away. This exhibition examines contemporary architectural practices and artists reflecting upon the art of designing cycles.
This exhibition brings together for the first time a selection of works and prototypes, which range from drawings, to photographs, large-scale installations and objects.
The new space, "Experimentation", presents iconic equipment and objects from the last 120 years released from the museum reserves.
The photographic exhibition "Communications Workers, a history in black and white" presents a journey into the daily life of postal and telecommunications employees in the first half of the 20th century.
Frida Kahlo, the Immersive Biography is more than an exhibition; it is the combination of physical and digital environments which become an immersive and emotional journey through the life of one of the most influential artists of all time.
These are the “everyday stories”! During the 1969 and 1970's, Paula Rego began an illustrative process on childhood and family memories that was based on a psychological analysis of the relationships of “domination” that took different forms.
Cartographies of Female Creativity in the 70s.
On an adventurous journey through the Mesozoic Era, we will meet not only many of the animals that first arrived in Portugal millions of years ago, but also some of the most charismatic dinosaurs of all time.
Exhibition “No Teatro das Emoções” by the artist José Emídio, it brings together works from painting, tapestry to ceramics, including six unpublished paintings.
The Museum presents two contemporary perspectives on the Temptations of Saint Anthony in the Desert, which in Portugal is called Santo Antão.
The exhibition “As Máscaras do Corpo” brings together a group of artists from the gallery’s collection.
This exhibition offers a reflection on Pharaohs and their role as symbols of Ancient Egypt and icons of celebrity.
Chinese Mugs from the Sapientia Collection - it exhibits a collection of more than 300 porcelain mugs from China.
This exhibition, co-produced by the Paris Philharmonie, is part of the commemorations of the centenary of Iannis Xenakis at the Gulbenkian Foundation and highlights the architectures of sound that Xenakis created over the course of his career.
The doors to the garden of Palácio Pimenta open to welcome the exhibition ‘Também estão no mapa?’, an opportunity to reflect on some territories of the Lisboa Metropolitan Area.
From January 5 until March 31, 2023, the National Museum of Ancient Art and the João Cutileiro Art Center mark the date of the sculptor's death with an evocative exhibition.
The artist Inês Assis has chosen emotions as the aggregating concept for this exhibition. Composed of two cores, the exhibition is divided into an abstract construction and a figurative one, which main focus is the human face.
The works by the German artist take us on a journey through a universe in which fantasy, fable and existentialism are allied in the creation of sets which explore a radical ambiguity.
An exhibition dedicated to the work of the Portuguese painter and graphic designer Dorindo Carvalho (Lisbon, 1937). This exhibition brings together 68 works, including drawings, paintings and small sculptures.