SÃO VICENTE CÁ FORA

SÃO VICENTE CÁ FORA: OTHER WAYS TO INTERVENE IN THE CITY In the vicinity of the National Pantheon and even in a time of pandemic, Lisbon thinks and acts on its public space. These days, in plain sight, the artistic intervention of Alberto Rodrigues Marques, Henrique Palmeirim and Hugo Castilholinks the concepts of art, sustainability,… Continue reading

Inside the hollow bronze

Inside the hollow bronze Written by Alberto Rodrigues Marques The violinist from Rua do Souto; the Monte Gordo caricaturist; the Chiado dancers; Teresa, the digital painting in the entrance square of Altice Fórum by Julian Opie; or the tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo in bronze, on the island of Madeira, are some suggestions, diverse among themselves,… Continue reading

AMAR O MINHO

INTERVIEW WITH THE COUNCILLOR OF CULTURE OF GUIMARÃES, ADELINA PINTO Artistic Residency in Guimarães Why choose this staircase and this site, here at Plataforma das Artes, to integrate this AMAR O MINHO project? We are here facing the Plataforma das Artes e da Criatividade, where we have the Centro Internacional de Artes José de Guimarães. … Continue reading

Jay Rechsteiner’s Red Van

The Red Van is a collaborative research project between London gallery Chiara Williams Contemporary Art and Swiss artist Jay Rechsteiner, commissioned by WW Gallery, London. It is a nomadic sculpture that has three distinct functions: home/studio/gallery. It is a vehicle for experimentation, finding new models of living and working within the arts, as a gallery… Continue reading

TOP 15 best artists’ studios

TOP 15 best artists’ studios Leonardo daVinci defended that artists’ studios should be a small space because the small rooms discipline the mind and the great distract her. The concept is not erroneous, but let’s admit that it should be up to each artist to create a space that will enhance his artistic creation. Be inspired by our top 15 artists’ studios… Continue reading

“Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture” at Tate Modern

Weekend suggestion: “Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture” at Tate Modern Tate Modern presents the UK’s largest exhibition of one of the most important artists from the 20th century, Alexander Calder.  “Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture” displays more than 100 of Calder’s pieces, proving his essence of turning a static object into a continually changing work. The exhibition, open until the 3rd of April, also… Continue reading