In “Observatório de tangentes”, Valter Ventura departs from the historical figure Étienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904) and his 1882 invention, the Fusil photographique. By recovering an object from the past that itself represents a cultural intersection, Ventura proposes to examine the “photographic” within its multiple overlapping circumstances (technological, philosophical, aesthetic and communicational), pursuing in the origins of photography and its various devices the hidden genesis of the identity crisis that photography undergoes today.
SONAE Roomentry: General Conditions
Observatório de tangentes
Curatorship: Celso Martins
Lisbon Architecture Triennale
Curatorship: Tau Tavengwa, Vyjayanthi Rao
We hold a major forum of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale every three years for the debate, discussion and dissemination of architecture that crosses geographic and disciplinary boundaries.
Curatorship: RUI AFONSO SANTOS
The house and the domestic environment have been recurrent subjects in Mimi Tavares´ work
Curatorship: Ana Matos
WHY? CONTEMPORARY ART IN DIALOGUE WITH THE THOUGHT OF JOSÉ SARAMAGO
Painting rarefied the spirit
Curatorship: Hilda Frias
After an artistic residency at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, what you see here is the fruit of persistent work and research by Nelson Ferreira.
from Lisbon to Wissant. Itinerary of a Portuguese painter
Curatorship: Maria de Aires Silveira, MNAC e Elikya Kandot, Directora do museu de Boulogne-sur-mer
Exhibition Veloso Salgado from Lisbon to Wissant. Itinerary of a Portuguese painter - integrated in the Portugal-France Season (Crusade)
An intervention that celebrates 110 years of the MNAC.
Maria Eugénia & Francisco Garcia
Curatorship: Maria de Aires Silveira, Cristina Azevedo Tavares e Raquel Henriques da Silva
MNAC exhibits the collection of Maria Eugénia and Francisco Garcia
Exhibition Jorge Barradas
Curatorship: Carlos Silveira
Echoes of Nature
Curatorship: Emília Tavares
Exhibition within the scope of the Portugal-France 2022 Season
IMAGO LISBOA Photo Festival
The IMAGO LISBOA Photo Festival is a remarkable event in the national and international photography scene. This year with the exhibitions “Battered”; “Choreography of Violence”; “News Portraits”