No plans for December? Until the end of the year there are still many new features and spaces to visit. The P55 knows there's nothing more practical than an online guide with lots of options! Discover in this article five exhibitions to visit this holiday season.
1. Nicolás Muller: the compromised look until 02/20/2022
This exhibition is a journey through the countries that Nicolás Muller visited. Of Jewish origin, he lived in Hungary in the period before World War II and, like most Jews, had to emigrate to survive. At that time, he traveled to Italy, France, Portugal, Morocco and Spain, where he settled permanently. He recorded in his photographs the beginnings of Nazism and the scars it left behind. This exhibition consists of 126 images, mostly unpublished, produced between 1937 and 1967.
2. Women and Resistance until 12/31/2021
“Women and Resistance – 'Novas Cartas Portuguesas' and other struggles” is the name of the exhibition at the Museu do Aljube which takes its name from the book Novas Cartas Portuguesas, by Maria Isabel Barreno, Maria Teresa Horta and Maria Velho da Costa, published in 1972 and censored three days after release. The process known as Três Marias is the starting point for the exhibition that extends into other stories of resistance to fascism in the female, from the 30s of the last century, until the 25th of April 1974. In parallel to the exhibition, there is a film cycle dedicated to female struggle and resistance.
3. Manoel de Oliveira Photographer until 01/17/2022
From October 29th until January, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation shows photographs, many of them previously unpublished, taken by Manoel de Oliveira, between the late 1930s and 1950s. of Oliveira. To view in the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Art Library Hall.
4. PopArt & Freedom until 01/21/2022
PopArt & Freedom is an exhibition that reflects the strong influence of the POP movement and the culture of freedom. Curated by Carlos Cabral Nunes, artistic director of Perve Galeria, pieces will be on display with intense colors that expose the various neo-libertarian narratives present. In November, Casa da Liberdade - Mário Cesariny celebrated eight years of existence.
5. After me, the flood of Beatriz Marcos until December 31
Climate change is the crisis of our time. Global warming and the consequent rise in sea level are the biggest cause of migration for the most vulnerable people. The water element is not only a destroyer of places, but also a means of displacement of populations that take refuge from natural disasters. "After me, the flood." reflects on the role of citizens in the face of climate change, and the troubled future that lies ahead.