«Third Floor» by Luciana Fina
“Na kal lingu ke n na skirbi ña diklarasons di amor?” (Odete Semedo). Which language shall we use to tell the stories we have been told? In which language shall we write a declaration of love?
The Shape of Plain
The Shape of Plain examines the impact of history of art on artistic and architectural practices through the work of American art historian, George Kubler.
Lines of Time. The Gulbenkian Collections. Contemporary Paths
From that date, this exhibition takes us back 60 years to 1896 and guides us up to the present day, providing a space for dialogues and links between two collections: the collection acquired by Calouste S. Gulbenkian up to 1955 and the Modern Collection, comprised of works ranging from the 20th century to the current day.
Just as the forms of architecture determine the organization of building sites, so technology and economy organize methods of production – with a significant social impact. These conditions constrict and stimulate architectural conception.
I do not evolve, I travel. José Escada Retrospective
The Modern Collection presents the first retrospective exhibition devoted to the painter José Escada (Lisbon, 1934 – 1980). This exhibition shines a spotlight on an artist who produced a highly unique body of work that continuously oscillated from abstraction to figuration, and moved between painting, drawing, collage, cut-out reliefs and illustration, as well as painted and sgraffito murals.
Summer Guests brings contemporary artists to the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum proposing new exhibition contexts that highlight crosscutting and unexpected relationships, and formal or conceptual proximity of works from different eras.
Kum Kapi. Travelling Carpets
Kum Kapi carpets owe their name to a district of Istanbul where, in the 19th century, various Armenian master carpet makers settled to create their rich knotted carpets of silk, with metal threads, inspired by the classic Persian carpets of the 16th and 17th centuries.
Molière: The Staging of Writing
The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum once again celebrates World Book and Copyright Day by highlighting, this year, the work of one of the greatest playwrights of all time – Jean Baptiste Poquelin (1622-1673), better known by the name Molière.