Long-term exhibition where we can see archaeological remains from interventions in various parts of the city, dated in the majority of the century. XII. In addition to these materials inside the Islamic Nucleus, visitors will be able to observe a section of the Islamic wall that protected the citadel, visit the famous “Vaso de Tavira” and watch a video on the city’s Islamic history. Location: Tavira Municipal Museum | Islamic Nucleus Monday to Friday: 09:30 – 16:30, Saturday: 09:30 – 12:30
Designed for all audiences, the exhibition allows the learning of the multiple dimensions of this heritage and its pedagogical exploitation by schools, in the areas of human health and nutrition. It results from the preparatory work for the Transnational Candidacy of the Mediterranean Diet to Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, presented to UNESCO in March 2012, for which Tavira was chosen as the representative community of Portugal. This Candidacy involves not only our country, but also Spain, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Croatia and Morocco in sharing a common civilizational heritage. Location: Tavira Municipal Museum | Gallery’s Palace | Monday to Friday: 09:30 – 16:30, Saturday: 09:30 – 12:30
Counter-wall Ana Vidigal, Nuno-Nunes Ferreira, Pedro Gomes Curated by Hugo Dinis Tavira Municipal Museum / Palácio da Galeria Opening: April 10, 2021 Exhibition: April 10 to July 10, 2021 Free entry Open from Tuesday to Friday, from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm and on Saturdays, from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Closed Sundays, Mondays and holidays. Closed Sundays, Mondays and holidays. [Access to the Municipal Museum of Tavira is conditioned to the aspects of individual security and maximum capacity in the rooms in accordance with the rules issued by the Directorate-General for Health, the use of a mask being mandatory. All the rules of social distance and space hygiene will be guaranteed]. The Municipal Museum of Tavira / Palácio da Galeria, presents from April 10 to July 10 the curatorial project Contra-Parede, by Hugo Dinis, with works in dialogue by the artists Ana Vidigal, Nuno Nunes-Ferreira and Pedro Gomes. Starting from an extended discussion around the wall as a privileged place for intervention in the public space, the artists propose to question the architectural space in which the works are presented. At the same time, considering the social, historical, cultural and political space in which the museum equipment is inserted, […]
The Order of Christ was created in 1319, by order of King D. Dinis, after the extinction, by Pope Clement V, of the Order of the Templars, one of the most famous Military Orders of Cavalry, founded in 1118, in the aftermath of the 1st Crusade. With a decisive role in the Reconquest period, in the military activity against the Moors and in the settlement of the territory, the Order of the Templars was also the owner of a vast patrimony that, by right, belonged to the Holy See, a fact that threatened the sovereignty of the king. With the pretext of defending the Algarve coast from attacks by pirates and Maghrebian pirates, D. Dinis manages to decree the creation of the new religious-military order. The 1st headquarters of the Order of Christ was then the Castro Marim Castle, with one of the most solid defensive systems in the entire Kingdom of the Algarve and located on the maritime border with Morocco and in the vicinity of the Islamic community of Granada. “Castro Marim, First Seat of the Order of Christ” is an exhibition approved under the Interreg Spain-Portugal Program 2014-2020, supported by the European Union, co-financed 75% by the […]
Using its own methods of torture, the Catholic Inquisition was responsible for thousands of deaths and barbaric acts against human integrity, which only served to cause excruciating pain and atrocious suffering to those who did not profess their faith. Throughout the exhibition you can find several replicas used to punish the condemned and that convey to us a little of the horrors committed in the dark period of the inquisition. * This exhibition was approved under the Interreg Spain-Portugal 2014-2020 program, supported by the European Union, 75% co-financed by the ERDF | project 0131_FOURTOURS_5_E.
April 19 to July 17 patent | 10 am – 6 pm (Monday to Friday) Location: Lagos Cultural Center – Room 1 Magalhães is a source of humor! In this unique exhibition to see, laugh and think, dozens of caricatures about the navigator are presented, which, 500 years ago, confirmed that the earth is round through its circumnavigation journey. In this amazing exhibition, a set of 70 caricatures from the Special Caricature Prize integrated in the 21st Porto Cartoon World Festival dedicated to this hero of the Discoveries are presented. The artists come from several countries such as Bosnia, Brazil, China, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Serbia, Turkey, and the winner of the 1st prize was the Portuguese artist Pedro Ribeiro da Silva.
April 19 to July 17 patent | 10 am – 6 pm (Monday to Friday) Location: Lagos Cultural Center – Room 2 and 3 Free entry “Art-Space-Architecture Interdisciplinary Dialogue – The greatest potential for human freedom lies in self-determined restrictions” It was at the Art Academy of Düsseldorf (Germany), in 1970, that Ernst Föll studied and had the pleasure of having as a teacher the artist Joseph Beuys, considered one of the most influential German artists of the second half of the 20th century. It was also there that he met the Fluxus Art Movement, a libertarian movement characterized by a mixture of different arts, originally in the visual arts and later also in music and literature. This movement was very active in the 60s and 70s. However, it was considered anti-art, since at that time the Fluxus movement went against the very object of art. Ernst Föll witnessed this artistic manifestation, as his teacher and another group of artists had a thought beyond borders. It is with this thought and learning that Ernst learned to see Art in a broader way, without barriers and with a lot of ambition. In his artistic career, poetry, philosophy and architecture play a […]
EMERGING CYCLE PANDEMIC SYMBOLS April 21, Wednesday through June 19, Saturday Pandémic Symbols is an integral part of the Emerging Cycle of Teatro da Figuras, developed in 2020 in an artistic residence at home during mandatory confinement in Portugal. Composed of a series of fifteen paintings and two sculptures, this project reflects the chaotic state in which we find ourselves making reference to feelings, symbols, changes, prohibitions, obligations and doubts resulting from this pandemic. In this way, there is a strong reference to the prevailing social and economic instability, at the moment, worldwide.
Born in Albufeira, Ana Sota is a self-taught artist who likes to arouse emotions through her work. She attended several courses in printmaking, drawing and painting in Macau (Asia) and in Varese (Italy). The artist explores monochromatic a lot and almost always uses acrylic on canvas and various types of wood and MDF. Always with a lot of color, she likes the game between the bright and the opaque; the use of strong colors and the sometimes minimalist repetition of the color game allow us to enter a simple but vibrant universe. Source: https://www.cm-sbras.pt/pt/agenda/11021/exposicao-de-pintura-contrastes-por-ana-sota.aspx#prettyPhoto
Patent from May 3 to July 23 | 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday) Location: Former City Hall Free entry Collective exhibition resulting from the Artistic Residency Program of the Laboratory of Creative Activities (PRALAC), in the typologies of long and short term projects carried out throughout the year 2020, as well as showing some works that make up the LAC collection. The exhibition includes works in the field of plastic arts, architecture, painting, sculpture, design, video and photography installations, promoting and promoting their art. Participating artists / Fine arts: • António Pedro Correia (A. Pedro Correia) – plastic arts • Jorge Pereira – plastic arts • Madalena Campos – plastic arts • Raymond Dumas – sculpture • Rita Pereira (RoMP) – sculpture • Ricardo Lopes – ceramics • Alexandre Barata (Xana) – plastic arts Source: https://www.cm-lagos.pt/municipio/eventos/8735-exposicao-coletiva-pralac-lac-associacao-cultural-laboratorio-de-actividades-criativas
“WE ARE ALL THE COLORS” by the German ceramist and sculptor Hein Semke (1899-1995), will open on May 15th, the new cycle of temporary exhibitions at the Museum of Portimão, marking its 13th anniversary and also the Week of Interculturality. The exhibition reveals a set of works of painting, drawing, monotype, sculpture and woodcut of an enormous chromatic diversity, carried out by the artist in Portugal, between 1963 and 1976, previously selected from the collection of one thousand six hundred and seventy-two works Hein Semke’s original works, resulting from the exceptional and generous donation of Teresa Balté, to the Museum of Portimão. The multifaceted, experimental and colorful way of treating the face, body and human figure, especially the female, are the central theme of this new exhibition curated by José Gameiro, who also shows us the creative spontaneity and capacity for expression , humor, the pleasure of experimenting and challenging that accompanies the whole work of Hein Semke. Source: https://www.vivaportimao.pt/a-nao-perder/e-ainda/2201-somos-todas-as-cores-do-hein-semke
This exhibition is a tribute to the Ecological and Zoophilic Association of Aljezur (AEZA), which celebrates its twentieth anniversary in May this year. The paintings we present represent some of the many dogs and cats abandoned and welcomed by AEZA in recent years. Some of them died. Others, the vast majority fortunately, were adopted. These paintings wanted to focus on the look of these dogs and cats. The look of an animal, when it stares at me, disturbs me. It is a look that seeks someone, something. It is a sign of unease. My eyes meet the animal’s look, but how can I see a look? I know nothing about what’s going on in your head. Luís Martinho Source: https://cm-aljezur.pt/pt/agenda/3235/exposicao-de-pintura-caes-e-gatos-da-aeza-de-luis-martinho.aspx