Articles

In this section, you can keep up with what’s new in the Museum and explore some suggested readings of the works.

The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum is a dynamic space and regularly refreshes its permanent exhibition, either for conservation purposes or to be able to show the public the true wealth of its collections. At the same time, it carries out a range of activities that are less well known among its visitors, such as the loan of pieces for national and international exhibitions, the preparation of catalogues, the restoration of artworks and the hosting of researchers to study objects in the collection, among others.

In this section, you can keep up with what’s new in the Museum and explore some suggested readings of the works, through articles written by conservators, curators, artists and researchers invited to look at the pieces in the collection.