Artistic Installation | The new Lisbon Oceanarium exhibition is a sensory experience that transports us to the origin of our relationship with the Sea.
After 100 years of a historic pandemic and a world war, the Museum of Lisbon revisits the 1920s with the exhibition «The Roaring Twenties in Lisbon».
This exhibition unfolds the complex story of the conception of the equestrian statue of King José and revisits the Machado de Castro's extensive artistic legacy. [ Museu de Lisboa - Palácio Pimenta ]
Julião Sarmento, uno de los artistas portugueses con una carrera internacional más sólida, es dado a conocer o a revisitar en una primera gran exposición póstuma en el Museu Coleção Berardo.
A monumental exhibition arrives in Lisbon bringing Banksy’s satirical and subversive street art.
Dos Pés à Cabeça (From Head to Toe) is an exhibition based on the representation of the body in various artistic media. A theme that has always inspired artists!
In 2022, the 4th edition of the IMAGO LISBOA Photo Festival is centered around the idea of Disturbances.
One of the most important photographers ever presents a selection of 136 vintage photographs and photomontages made between 1914 and 1939.
[ Oct. / Dic. 2022 ] The 6th edition of the Lisboa Architecture Triennale returns to the Portuguese capital with the theme "Earth", exploring how new paradigms are changing our ways of place-making in a globalised Planet.
The Architects Who Never Threw Anything Away. This exhibition examines contemporary architectural practices and artists reflecting upon the art of designing cycles.
Obras da Coleção Itaú Cultural
The work of Maria Velez and Pedro Partidário in two unreleased retrospective exhibitions presented at the Centro Cultural de Cascais in an initiative by Fundação D. Luís I and the city hall of Cascais.
Esta muestra reunirá por primera vez un conjunto de obras y prototipos, que van desde dibujos, hasta fotos, instalaciones a gran escala y objetos.
El artista portugués de trash art, Bordalo II, conocido en todo el mundo por sus esculturas de animales a gran escala creadas a partir de todo tipo de residuos urbanos, vuelve a Portugal para una exposición puertas adentro.
El fotoperiodista portugués, ganador de dos premios World Press Photo, Mário Cruz, revela en “Vivendo entre o que é deixado para trás” el escenario de la supervivencia humana entre la basura del río Pasig, en Filipinas.
Exhibition by Portuguese artist António Faria will be visitable from October 24th to December 31st at the Rectory building of Universidade NOVA de Lisboa.
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.
The Cascais Cultural Center receives photographs by Fernando de Sousa Carvalho, who recorded the windows he found on trips from north to south of Portugal over the years.
This exhibition presents “Large format – paintings by Natália Gromicho”, with inauguration taking place on the 5th of November at 3 pm.
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.