The Finalists Exhibition of the “Art Arrived at Colombo” award has already opened with works by: Adriana Proganó, AMANTE, Ana Malta AKA NUMPÁRA, Atelier Contencioso, Duarte Perry, Henrique Neves, Manuel Rodrigues Almeida, Maria de Brito Matias, Nicoleta Sandulescu and Tomé Capa . Discover the artworks of the 10 finalists! At the Berardo Museum until May 23!
Still no plans for the coming weekends? Every Sunday, free guided tours to the Finalists Exhibition of the “Art Arrived at Colombo” award with the artists! April 18: AMANTE May 2: Nicoleta Sandulescu e Tomé Capa May 9: Duarte Perry May 16: Maria de Brito Matias e Ana Malta Aka NUMPÁRA May 23: Henrique Neves e atelier Contencioso (Ana Velez e Xana Sousa) Registration here: https: //pt.museuberardo.pt /…/visita-exposicao-premio …
The Berardo Collection Museum, Centro Colombo and State of the Art are pleased to invite you to the opening of the finalist exhibition of the “Art Arrived at Colombo” award, taking place on April 14, from 3 pm to 7 pm on the Museum’s -1 floor.
The winner of the first edition of the “Art Arrived at Colombo” award has been chosen! Atelier Contencioso convinced the jury and the public with their art installation “Sopro”, receiving an art prize of 20.000 Euros.
In the year that
marks its 10th edition, “Art arrived at Colombo” launches an art award with the
aim of supporting emerging artists. The winner will receive a monetary prize of
20 thousand euros and will be able to participate in a public exhibition, along
with the other finalist works.
Candidates can submit
applications for ‘The Art Arrived at Colombo Award’ between the 1st and the
30th of October on the website www.colombo.pt/artecolombo/premio, presenting an original work of art, dedicated
to the theme ‘The Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic’.
The aerial art installation Mundus Imaginalis created by the young art collective Error-43 was inaugurated today at CentroColombo. The work presents itself as a mirror ball that celebrates the end of confinement and consists of a semi-sphere, with a 29m diameter, so light, that it is constantly deformed, a spectrum of shapes and light. Visitors can see their image both reflected and confused both with the environment and with the image of other visitors, creating an illusory effect, like a dream in motion, making it once again possible to celebrate life in community.
The 10th edition of
“Art arrived at Colombo” presents itself in an innovative format, adjusted to
the reality caused by the pandemic and with a new mission to support emerging
artists. In this new context, the traditional exhibition at “Centro Colombo”
gave rise to a special program divided into three major moments, which
celebrate the past, the present and the future: a Digital Retrospective of all
previous editions, an Aerial Art Installation in the dome of the main square
and an Art Award to support emerging artists.
On December 1, World Aids Day, join us at Fnac at CascaiShopping for the debate “YouthTalks | Informal Conversations about HIV“, which aims to clarify young people’s doubts on the subject.
The debate’s participants are: Nurse Ana Gomes, on behalf of ACES Cascais, Councilor Frederico Pinho de Almeida of the Cascais Municipality, Dr.med. Mafalda Guimarães, on behalf of Cascais Hospital, and Ana Duarte of Ser +, the Portuguese Association for AIDS Prevention and Challenge. The debate will be moderated by the nurses Mariana Pacheco and Catarina Esteves Santos.
This social responsibility program was organized within the scope of the Keith Haring Foundation’s 30th Anniversary in 2019, with the aim of perpetuating the artistic legacy and fundraising to support children and institutions involved in the fight against AIDS.
The dress created by fashion designer Dino Alves, inspired by the art of Keith Haring and which was exhibited at ModaLisboa earlier this month will go to auction! From October 23 to 27, the dress will be on display at Cabral Moncada Leilões (Rua Miguel Lupi, nº 12D, Lisbon) and the auction will take place on October 28. The proceeds from the auction will fully revert to SER +, the Portuguese Association for the Prevention and Challenge of AIDS. More than a dress, a work of art. If you have not seen it yet, now is the time!
To celebrate the Keith Haring Foundation’s 30th Anniversary in 2019, whose main objectives are the fight against HIV and AIDS, and within the scope of the exhibition “Keith Haring. Between art, activism and fashion”, State of the Art, CascaiShopping and SER +, the Portuguese Association for the Prevention and Challenge of AIDS, partnered with ModaLisboa 2019 for an exclusive presentation of the dress created by fashion designer Dino Alves inspired by the art of Keith Haring. The dress will be auctioned on October 28, at 7.30 pm, at Cabral Moncada Leilões. The profits of the auction will revert to SER+, the Portuguese Association for the Prevention and Challenge of AIDS, supporting its cause.
Join us in the Wonder Room, at Modalisboa, from October 10 to 13!