‘Un Ballo in Maschera’ pelo Chiado, Carmo e Paris. Artes na Esfera Pública
17TH OCTOBER > 08.00 P.M. I CASA DE PORTUGAL ANDRÉ GOUVEIA, PARIS
The third exhibition of the artistic project ‘Un Ballo in Maschera’ in Chiado, Carmo and Paris opens this Sunday, October 17, at 8p.m., at Casa de Portugal / André Gouveia, in Paris, where can be seen works by 35 artists of three nationalities. Will also be presented the Book of Essays / Catalog of works with the same title as the exhibitio. With the coordination of José Quaresma, professor at our Faculty, this initiative materializes, once again, the pedagogical, artistic, social and European matrix of the Chiado Carmo Paris project, as has been the case since 2009. Its fundamental lines are:
(1) through various exhibitions in different countries, as well as international conferences and the publication of books and catalogues, an artistic and intersubjective relationship is developed annually between students and teachers of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon and students and teachers of other institutions of higher artistic education in Europe. This year, the FBAUL, the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, and the Higher School of Fine Arts in Lodz, Poland, are in “confrontation”.
(2) The creation of a dense institutional network, in which Portuguese and European institutions related to the visual arts, public art, literature, arts and archeology, but also the performing arts, cooperate.
(3) The growing and diversified appreciation of the contact between places and people dedicated to artistic production and the social and cultural environments in which they are rooted.
Visiting the exhibition requires the presentation of a “health pass” due to the Pandemic.
Museu Arqueológico do Carmo, Lisboa – 14/05 > 18/06/2021
Museu Nacional Frei Manuel do Cenáculo, Évora – 02 > 27/02/2021
Casa de Portugal André Gouveia, Paris – 17/10 > 12/11/2021
Aula Gallery, The Strzeminski Academy of Fine Arts, Lodz – 01 > 30/12/2021
Sala Ghiberti, Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze – 20/01 > 20/02/2022