Bloco 103 Contemporary Art in Lisbon features an exhibition of new works by one of Portugal’s most established and respected artists, Justino Alves. A contemporary painter with modernist influences, Justino Alves’ unique approach to shapes, forms and spaces has earned him praise and awards throughout his more than 40-year career. His new works from 2013 are on display in the gallery through 28 December 2013.

The public is invited to attend the Justino Alves Opening Reception on Thursday, 14 November 2013 at 19:30.

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João António dos Santos Justino Alves was born in the city of Porto in 1940. In 1976, as a Fellow of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Justino Alves left for Paris where he exhibited at the Gallery Documenta, and had works represented in the Salons of “Realités Nouvelles” and “Grand et Jeune D’Aujourd’hui.” At this time, his work is also acquired by the National Collection of France. In 1978, Justino Alves returned to Portugal where he became a professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Lisbon, and exhibited in shows across the country. His works are in museums, private collections and public institutions throughout Portugal and Europe.

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(all images above) Justino Alves, Da Série Imagens, acrylic on paper on canvas, 146 x 114 cm, 2013

For more information, visit the Bloco 103 website.

Bloco103 Contemporary Art
Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 103B
(in front of the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz)
Lisbon

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Phone: +351 213 823 131
Mobile: +351 964 081 283

Hours:
Tuesday to Friday – 13:00 to 19:30
Saturday – 15:00 to 19:00

 

 

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