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
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.
“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
On the 9th of July, in the Municipal Museum of Tavira – Nucleo Islâmico, the exhibition “From Triana to Tavira. Sevillian ceramics from the 14th to 17th centuries”, which aims to make known the commercial relations between both cities.
Open until November 14 in the Temporary and Temporary Exhibitions Room and part of the “MAR” Project of the Algarve Museum Network (RMA), “Ouvir o Oceano” intends to draw attention and convey a strong message to the need to protect beauty and the purity of the oceans, preventing their degradation, in particular through discharges of polluting waste and plastic packaging, as well as through poaching. In a region strongly linked to maritime culture such as Portimão and Algarve, BJ Boulter’s warning makes perfect sense, as the materials in question represent a real threat to the extinction of many species of fish, crustaceans, mammals, turtles and reefs, for the pollution they cause. “Listening to the ocean is urgent!” Artist, designer and film producer, Barbara grew up in Tanzania and Uganda, having received her education in Kenya and London. The artist arrived in the Algarve in 1962, when her British parents acquired “Residencial Pinguim”, in Praia da Rocha. Through his paintings and sculptures, BJ Boulter recalls “the need not only to think, but also to act every day to save the ocean, preventing its contamination.” This exhibition project, following her sculpture “The Waste of a Dolphin” presented in 2019 on the riverside, […]
Did you know that from July to September “There’s life in the market” in Alvor? During these days, stop by the Municipal Market of Alvor and discover local and regional products, watch the Showcookings and find Art in the Market, Antiques and even Crafts! There will be no shortage of entertainment to give the Market even more life! More info at https://vivaportimao.pt/…/2314-ha-vida-no-mercado-alvor
On the next 31st of July, at 6 pm, the Municipal Museum of Faro opens the exhibition “1907-1914: the first golden era of French cinema in the collection of posters of the Municipal Museum of Faro”. Bringing together 33 rare posters, the exhibition aims to offer a look at the Gallic cinematographic production, at a time when it reached world hegemony, and allows visitors to appreciate the work of some of the greatest illustrators of the time. These posters, collected in the main theaters of Lisbon and Porto by the artist and collector Joaquim António Viegas, are part of an extensive collection with more than 300 copies, including 141 French, Italian, Scandinavian and North American cinema posters. This collection, previously exhibited in a larger version at the Cordoaria Nacional and also at the Faro Municipal Museum, is currently in the process of being classified for the National Treasury, as it is a set of international prestige, with some unique examples from the beginnings. of the cinema. Her study will also be presented on the opening day, in a work that is due to the exhaustive investigation of Adelaide Ginga, Marta Mestre and Jean-Louis Capitaine, and which has the seal of […]
Patent from August 7th to October 9th | 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (3rd to Saturday) Location: Lagos Cultural Center – Room 1 Free entry BIOGRAPHY – Ana Canto (1962, Maputo – Mozambique) It was through the door of painting that he reached pottery. The opportunity to work with Júlio Amaro, at the S. Lucas gallery, in Portimão, allowed her to learn what she came to explore and which she applies in her work. Later, another opportunity led her to attend a course in Traditional Pottery Ceramics, at the Pottery School in Lagoa, with the master Fernando Rodrigues. Popular traits were assimilated. In Lisbon, at IADE, and with Professor António Vasconcelos, she has the opportunity to gather other information and make new explanations. This experience will have been overwhelming, responsible for the intense and true interest in the world of ceramics. As an IADE student, she was assigned to participate in a workshop at Ar.co. In parallel with the classes at IADE – Institute of Art and Decoration (after work), she works at Pátio Alfacinha (Lisbon), as a potter, where she creates pieces on the wheel. At the invitation of the IEFP, she presents works for the National Crafts Competition, […]
EXHIBITION “CAPSULA DO TIME”, by the Portuguese Center for Screen Printing Patent from August 7th to October 9th | 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (3rd to Saturday) Location: Lagos Cultural Center – Exhibition Room 2 and 3 Free entry Throughout history, Man has resorted to artistic creation as a universal communication vehicle, transforming art into a territory of absolute freedom – appealing to knowledge, intelligence, traditions, feelings, thus constituting true bonds of affection and sharing . Cápsula do Tempo/Editions of the Portuguese Serigraphy Center is an exhibition of original Graphic Work that confirms the receptivity/openness of CPS to different aesthetics and trends created by great masters of the 20th and 21st centuries and young emerging artists of different nationalities, but with a common purpose – the creation of a living document of our contemporaneity for the future. From New Figuration to Surrealism, passing through European Pop, urban art, rough art, bioart, image manipulation to artificial intelligence, these are distinct visual universes that result from the imagination of each artist who, in the exhibition presented, they testify to the Center’s aesthetic eclecticism, which has so far edited more than 3,000 works by around 600 artists of 27 nationalities, dedicated to its […]
Looking for a (non)sense (ir)representable From August 7, 2021 to September 26, 2021 Artistic creation as a search for order, not from disorder, but through reordering. An order, not of form, but of the informality of feeling. Drawing as an exploration, not to represent the predefined form, but as a redefinition of the way to explore visual thinking. A redefinition, not of the meaning, but of the way to reveal it. The graphic process developed, not on the basis of the chaos of an original principle, but as a structuring of a completely free imaginary. A freedom, not of detachment, but of seeking attachment. Thinking about and through form, not as a way to recognize it, but to know (oneself). A knowing oneself, not from being, but from the feeling of being. Expression of a sensibility, not to aesthetics, but to the discovery of an affective sensibility to the consubstantiation of the image (of oneself). An image, not pre-visible, but beyond the (before) visible. An idiosyncratic manifestation, not of the mental, but of the mind-body system. A system, not of juxtaposition, but of symbiosis. An idealization, not of an object(iv)o, but of the subjectivity of the phenomenon of discovering it […]