7 Exhibitions to Visit in Lisbon during the month of April 2022

7 Exposições a Visitar em Lisboa durante o mês de Abril 2022

1.Through a Different Lens - Stanley Kubrick Photographs ​​
Cascais Cultural Center, Cascais until 05/22/2022
For the first time in Portugal we can see the photographer facet of the famous American filmmaker Stanley Kubrick. The show at the Centro Cultural de Cascais is curated by Sean Corcoran and Donald Albrecht and is based on the archives of the Museum of the City of New York. There are 130 photographs, many of them never published, as well as reports on the filmmaker as a young photographer in Look magazine, a publication in which the director of A Clockwork Orange (1971) and The Shining (1980) started working at just 17 years old. Before arriving in Cascais, the exhibition passed through Trieste, Italy.

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2.What it came to: a retrospective of Hugo van der Ding
Bordalo Pinheiro Museum until 05/15/2022
Hugo van der Ding became known for the cartoons of A Criada Malcriada, shared on social networks, and for the creation of other cartoon characters. Today, he is a published author and one of the voices of Manhãs da 3, on Antena 3. In this exhibition, on display in the Parody Room of the Bordalo Pinheiro Museum until May 15, we find a set of original drawings, silkscreen prints, ceramics and even a paper sculpture of his own.

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3.Unknown Territories: Women's Creativity in Modern and Contemporary Portuguese Ceramics (1950-2020)
National Tile Museum until 06/26/2022
At the Museu Nacional do Azulejo, silence is broken about the history of the great Portuguese potters. Until June 2022, the corridors of the convent in Lisbon will be filled with works by Lurdes Castro, Vieira da Silva or Joana Vasconcelos, among other Portuguese authors who contributed to the development of ceramics from the post-war period to the present day.

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4. Tony Conrad
Culturgest until 7/3/2022
On the tour of Europe, Portugal is the last stop on the show that showcases the work of Tony Conrad (1940-2016), a renowned name in the field of experimental cinema and beyond. There are paintings, films, installations and objects by the American artist, the “superstar that almost nobody knows about” and one of the godfathers of The Velvet Underground, to be seen at Culturgest.

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5.Gérard Fromanger. the splendor
Berardo Collection Museum, Belém until 05/29/2022
"For Gérard, colors are people. With the same diversity, with personality, with the same light". Éric Corne's words provide the indispensable pair of lenses needed to go through the exhibition "Gérard Fromanger. O Esplendor", at Museu Coleção Berardo, the French painter's first in Portugal and the first retrospective since his death in June last year . Friend and curator, he praises the author who reflected on politics and society, who looked at the streets of Paris as an observatory of Western experiences in the 20th century.There are more than 60 paintings, organized into 26 series. In about six decades of creation, which erupted in the hot climate of the social and political movements of the 1960s, Fromanger focused on the present, without reservations or taboos. Painting, an assumed weapon whose role was questioned over the years, was the support he maintained until the end, often in technical combination with photography, master of a distorted figurativism of social realism.

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6. House of Stories Collection Paula Rego
Paula Rego is the most recognized contemporary Portuguese artist in the world. In “House of Stories Collection Paula Rego”, several of his works of painting, drawing and engraving are presented, including some pieces never before seen publicly, such as O cerco (1976). The exhibition, which extends over seven rooms in the monographic museum dedicated to the artist, is open until June 2022.

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7. Europe I hope
Main Gallery of the Gulbenkian Foundation until 08/22/2022
Twenty-one European plastic artists with family origins in the former colonies in Africa reflect on their heritage, their memories and their identities. This is the starting point for the exhibition that occupies the Main Gallery of the Gulbenkian Foundation, and which includes 60 works of painting, drawing, sculpture, film, photography and installation.

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