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This exhibition explores the affinities between gastronomy and art, having as protagonists the best Portuguese chefs and plastic artists, who focus on their culinary and artistic works a dialogue inspired by the canning industry. From “Eat & Art”, which is part of the CAN THE CAN project, a book and a set of 18 works of art were born, with the theme of the canning industry and 18 dishes, using a Portuguese canned food product. The initiative explores the creative component of two apparently distant activities, but united by common elements throughout history, evoking and celebrating this connection between the taste of preserves and art, meeting again, in this exhibition at the Portimão Museum, in the space where used an old cannery.

An exhibition on maritime themes, it evokes the figure of King D. Carlos and his strong relationship with the sea, giving special emphasis to the photographic work, carried out during trips along the Algarve coast, aboard the yacht “D. Amelia”, at the end of the 19th century. 19th and beginning of the 19th century. XX. From this oceanographic passion, and in addition to the images captured in the Algarve, it is possible to observe, among other pieces, one of his cameras and respective tripod, an on-board chair and the so-called “Botica”, a portable pharmacy used in his travels. sea, as well as one of the buoys belonging to the royal vessel. This exhibition is a pioneering initiative of the Portimão Museum, in close collaboration with the Casa de Bragança Foundation, the Maritime Museum and the Pharmacy Museum, which will reveal images from another time, of the people and landscapes of the coast and the Algarve sea. .

Inauguration Exhibition “75 days: Ukraine” It is good to share with you the exhibition “75 days: Ukraine”. The opening is scheduled for July 16, at 6 pm, at the old Portimão Lota, in the Riverside Zone. The photographs that you will find show something that is not yet finished, what you will see deserves our attention. Our routine distracts us from that attention, but it cannot make Ukraine fall by the wayside. The exhibition, more than showing, therefore appeals to reflection and awareness. If you have the chance, go there, everyone is invited. The exhibition will be open until the 16th of October.

Monday to Friday 10h00 > 13h00 – 14h00 > 18h00 . António Aleixo Cultural Center Synopsis: “2 MARGENS, A PESCA E O MAR”, is the third edition of the multidisciplinary project in which artists from Spain and Portugal, from both sides of the border, participate, in order to make them visible and to value the activities, the landscape and heritage of the territory, which includes the Eurocity of Guadiana. This edition is dedicated to Fishing and the Sea, which for many generations have decisively influenced the way of life, economy and work of its inhabitants. Fishing arts, the sea and fish will be the protagonists of this multidisciplinary exhibition, in which Painting, Sculpture and Ceramics participate. COMMISSIONERS: Ana Feu José Conceição PARTICIPANTS: PAINTING Ana Feu Carla Mourão Elisabete Guerreiro Karina Mülher Manuela Santos Nuria Fuentes Rocio Romero Rosa Gómez Aurea Nobre SCULPTURE João Jesus (Re-Cycle) POTTERY José Conceição Nelson Martins Source: http://www.cm-vrsa.pt/pt/agenda/6288/exposicao-2-margens—a-pesca-e-o-ma.aspx

  👉“2 Margens” is a multidisciplinary exhibition, which originates from a collective of artists from Portugal and Spain with the designation “2 Margens do Guadiana”. The theme of the painting and sculpture exhibition is “As Conserveiras”, with the aim of honoring both the canning industry and the labor force, mostly female, for the great importance that geographically and historically has had for the Algarve and Andalusia, influencing both economic and social entrepreneurship, highlighting the important role of women in this activity. 👉 Also within the scope of the “2 Margens” project, a collective exhibition of contemporary author ceramics will be on display. The works on display are by Nelson Martins, D’António and Ester Andrés. We count on your presence. Visit these exhibitions until 📌 August 31st.

👉“2 Margens” is a multidisciplinary exhibition, which originates from a collective of artists from Portugal and Spain with the designation “2 Margens do Guadiana”. The theme of the painting and sculpture exhibition is “As Conserveiras”, with the aim of honoring both the canning industry and the labor force, mostly female, for the great importance that geographically and historically has had for the Algarve and Andalusia, influencing both economic and social entrepreneurship, highlighting the important role of women in this activity. 👉 Also within the scope of the “2 Margens” project, a collective exhibition of contemporary author ceramics will be on display. The works on display are by Nelson Martins, D’António and Ester Andrés. We count on your presence. Visit these exhibitions until 📌 August 31st.

Leonardo Neves (1944-2018) was born in Tavira, but at the age of a few months, he came to live in Lagos with his parents and it is in this city that from a very young age he begins to demonstrate a huge vocation for painting. Revealing a taste for contact with nature, to the point of being moved by what he creates on canvas, an imitation of reality, in the portrait he also tries to approach the nature of men with the notion of the difference caused by the conditioning of society. Leonardo’s work has been very vast and has always revealed an enormous content of simplicity and realism, which only means what was in his soul. Patent from June 25th to September 3rd | Tuesday to Saturday (10h00-18h00)

“LAGOS, THE LAST STOP” EXHIBITION Patent from July 30th to December 30th | Tuesday to Saturday (10h00-18h00) Location: Lagos Cultural Center – Exhibition hall 1, 2 and 3 Org.: CM Lagos and National Railway Museum Foundation Free entry 2022 marks the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the train in Lagos. To mark the date, the municipality prepared a series of activities that include a photo-documentary exhibition at the Centro Cultural de Lagos, in partnership with the Fundação Museu Nacional Ferroviário, integrating images, historical documents, objects alluding to the activity, testimonies of former railway workers and users, among many other elements.

The Pirates are back in Olhão, from the 2nd to the 6th of August, this year with the return of the market and the stage show, between 18:00 and 24:00, after 2 years in which we kept only the streets, for reasons of contingency. We therefore invite you to visit Jardim Patrão Joaquim Lopes to experience this return to the past and get involved in the everyday atmosphere of the 18th century, in a free recreation where there will be no shortage of merchants, performing arts, music, theater and dance.

For more info, please contact us: +351 289 005 300 or info@themagnoliahotelqdl.com

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