Al Cartio and Constance Ruth Howes: From A to C
The works of Al Cartio (b. 1951, Honolulu) and Constance Ruth Howes (b. 1947, Baltimore) may not at first glance seem to have much in common. Other than the fact that both spent time in Portugal – Cartio in 1981, and Howes in 2015 – there is little stylistically and biographically, that connects or relates them.
Pose and Variations. Sculpture in Paris in the Age of Rodin
Around thirty sculptures from the collections of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen will feature in the first exhibition to be dedicated to the theme of the pose in nineteenth-century French sculpture.
Art and Architecture between Lisbon and Baghdad
As part of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum’s programmed cycle, the exhibition Art and Architecture between Lisbon and Baghdaduses the Cultural Week of 1966 and the Iraqi art collection gathered at that time as the central axis for a reflection on the importance of the Foundation’s development support strategy of the time, for a country that was seeking to modernise itself.