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Painting Exhibition “Minhas Raízes” by Vitor Pisco January 7th to 26th Painter Samora Barros Art Gallery Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Vítor Pisco began to draw and paint as a child by the fireplace. Then, in elementary school, in the breaks I stayed in the classroom to draw, while his colleagues went to play ball. He learns the first oil painting techniques as an adult, first to observe in books and then with the impressionist painter Camol D’Évora. He starts with acrylic painting and mixed media. Vítor Pisco will drink to several influentials but prefers a free style without rules. His favorite painters are Picasso, Salvador Dali, Van Gogh, Marc Chagall and Kandinsky. His favorite styles are: expressionism, neo expressionism, abstractionism and figurative expressionism. The exhibition consists of a retrospective on my memories, roots, relationship with local culture, work in the field, nature, animals and trips through the Alentejo. The techniques used are acrylic, oil and mixed media. My inspirations come from the memories of Alentejo of yesteryear and some from the present. On the screens you can see harvesters, shepherds, mondadeira, waterers, […]

Loulé has “Memories in the Creative Subjective” An exhibition that presents a path, in which emotions and experiences are the main characters. If at first we are confronted with the importance of listening, in the next moment the stories heard and lived are revealed in an archive of memories. A rewritten and disseminated universe where the past may or may not be part of the present. Source: http://www.cm-loule.pt/pt/agenda/19217/memorias-no-subjetivo-criativo.aspx

Exhibition integrated in Portimão City Day Celebrations. In the social context of the current pandemic, the 20th Photographic Race in Portimão had a special edition Covid 19. Exhibition of the best works of the 20th Photographic Race of Portimão, in a very special thematic edition about COVID-19 and its profound social impact. Strange Times, Signs of Distance, Places of Hope and Solidarity, were the 4 themes that challenged the gaze and creativity of the participants, at a difficult time for all communities, but which simultaneously constitutes an important visual contribution in the collection of testimonies of our present for future memory. This initiative has as a media partner the South Information and has the support of the following companies and entities: Ocean Revival, CLCC, ETIC_Algarve, Ana-Ana, Restinga and Friends of the Museum of Portimão. The exhibition can be visited until April 25, 2021.