Following a successful run at the Serralves in Porto, works of Joan Miró, that are owned by the Portuguese State, are now on display at the Palácio Nacional da Ajuda in Lisbon.
Californian-based artist and producer Sharon Lockhart presents Meus Pequenos Amores (My Little Loves) at the Museu Colecao Berardo, a museum of modern and contemporary art located in Belem, Lisbon.
It’s considered the largest media and communication experience in Europe. The News Museum in Sintra, just northwest of Lisbon, takes an interesting look at major events from the past as well as examines many aspects of radio and television news gathering, in general.
It’s probably the most highly-anticipated cultural event in Portugal this year…the long awaited, Grand Opening of MAAT, the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in Lisbon. The opening celebration is set for Wednesday, 5 October with a 12-hour program of performances, concerts....
The Museum of Art, Architecture & Technology (MAAT) is Lisbon’s newest cultural entity. The museum, developed to showcase the EDP Foundation Art Collection, plays host to a four exhibitions running through the Summer, at the Tejo Power Station (Museum of Electricity).
As a part of its quarterly cycle of “invited works”, the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, in Lisbon, presents Sagrada Família com Santa Ana (The Holy Family with St. Anne, circa 1590-1595), by Doménico Theotocópuli aka “El Greco”. This is an on-going effort by the museum to present works of great masters of Western painting, which have rarely been exhibited in Portugal. This painting is from the Toledo...
Joe Berardo is one of Portugal’s most prolific collectors of fine art. His Berardo Collection Museum, exhibits a mere fraction of the massive portfolio, in addition to hosting numerous temporary exhibitions from around the world. Yet, finally, more works from Berardo’s private collection are on display in an exhibition curated by Berardo himself.
Couture fashion is celebrated with a new exhibition cycle at MUDE – Museum of Design and Fashion, Francisco Capelo Collection in Lisbon. Pieces representing an individual designer in the collection are featured in single shows. French designer Cristian Lacroix is the first to be showcased. Kaleidoscope: The Couture of Christian Lacroix runs through 30 August 2015.