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25 10 2017 to 19/11/2017

Carpe Diem Editions: The Story so Far

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The contemporary art scene of Portugal / introduced to Greece for the first time

T.A.F. / the art foundation happily announces its collaboration with the cultural institution Carpe Diem Art and Research in the framework of the exhibition Carpe Diem Editions: The Story so Far. The show opens on Wednesday the 25th of October 2017 at 20.30 and runs until the 19th of November.

The collaboration takes place under the thematic umbrella #building_bridges featured in this year’s  TAF exhibition program, aiming at building stable partnerships with cultural organisations and institutionsin in and outside Greece. Carpe Diem Art and Research is a centre for contemporary art and curatorial research. It is housed in Lisbon’s renovated sixteenth-century Palacio Pombal and during all these years of operation has presented multidisciplinary exhibitions and public programs, reinforcing the artistic life of the city.

Carpe Diem Editions are limited printed editions created by artists after their collaboration with Carpe Diem Art and Research. They came as a natural extension of the contemporary art center’s curatorial program. This initiative has developed into a new strong model of cultural sustainability.

The show Carpe Diem Editions:The Story so Far is an open discussion on and presentation of the artistic development in Portugal from 2008 onwards, during a period of several economic, political as well as social transformations in the country. The exhibition brings together more than 70 works by emerging and renowned Portuguese artists.  

Participating artists:

Sofia Leitão | Vasco Araújo | Valter Ventura | Susana Anágua | Rosa Reis | Samuel Rama | Rodrigo Oliveira | Pedro Tudela | Paula Scamparini | Mónica de Miranda | Nuno Cera | Misha Bies Golas | Marta Fortes | Mariana Palma | Márcio Vilela| Márcia de Moraes | Liene Bosquê | Leonor Fonseca | João Pedro Vale + Nuno Alexandre Ferreira | Joana da Conceição | João Grama | Isabel Simões | Inês Teles | Henrique de França | Heleno Bernardi | Helena Martins Costa | Felipe Cama | Fabrizio Matos | Emma Ciceri | Duda Moraes | Daniel Caballero | Costa Vece | Christina Meirelles | Catarina Leitão | Carlos Noronha Feio | Carla Cabanas | Antonio Diaz Grande + Raúl Hevia | Hugo Rodrigues Cunha | Ana Rito | Ana Léon | Albuquerque Mendes | Alejandro Somaschini | Albano Afonso | Adrian Paci | Álvaro Negro | Martin Guerra | Tatiana Blass | Vera Mota | Sara Coelho | Tatiana Macedo | Miguel Pacheco | Joana Bastos | Jeanine Cohen | Ding Musa

Curated by: Eva Zbogo

Artistic director of Carpe Diem Art and Research: Lourenco Egreja


Opening: Wednesday 25th of October 2017, 20.30

Duration: 25.10-19.11.2017

Visiting hours: Mon – Sat 12:00 – 21:00, Sun 12:00 – 19:00  

Address: 5 Normanou str., Monastiraki
Free admission


About Carpe Diem Art and Research

Supported by:

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation


tags: exhibitions