‘All I want’ in Tours

The second installation of the travelling exhibition ‘All I want. Portuguese women artists from 1900 to 2020’ takes more than 50 works from the CAM to the Centre de Création Contemporaine Olivier Debré, in Tours, France.
View of the exhibition 'All I want' at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Photo: Pedro Pina

The travelling exhibition All I want. Portuguese women artists from 1900 to 2020, which was on display in the Gulbenkian Foundation from 2 June to 23 August 2021, is now moving to the Centre de Création Contemporaine Olivier Debré, in Tours. Scheduled to open on 25 March, the exhibition forms part of the Portugal-France Season 2022 and is an initiative by the Ministry of Culture.

Curated by Helena de Freitas (FCG) and Bruno Marchand (Culturgest), the exhibition takes to the French city around 200 works by 40 Portuguese women artists, created between 1900 and 2020. The title of the exhibition – ‘tout ce que je veux’ in French – is inspired by Lou Andreas-Salomé, an author who formulated one of the most striking reflections on women’s role in the social, intellectual, sexual and amorous space.

As was the case with the Lisbon edition, which was rated one of the best exhibitions of 2021 by various critics, the Modern Art Centre will be present in Tours through the loan of more than 50 works from its collection, demonstrating various typologies, different styles and diverse materials. The exhibition is open to visitors until 4 September 2022.

Updated on 22 march 2022

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