On view since the 20th June is the group exhibition “Artists Engaged? Maybe”, part of the Summer edition of the Próximo Futuro programme, which dedicates particularly but now exclusively to investigations and creations in Europe, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.
“Artists Engaged? Maybe” brings together 21 European, African and South American artists. Occupying the garden, this exhibition presents over twenty works, some of them brand new, in various medias: photography, sculpture, installation, painting, drawing, film and video.
These are all recent works interrelated with the contemporary world with all of its discontinuities and diverse configurations attributed by these artists. Exhibition presenting international visual arts works departing from the idea of artists’ engagement with the present. In a world of turbulence and programmatic suspension the artists respond with a multiplicity of possibilities.
Featured artists: Athi-Patra Ruga, Berna Reale, Bouchra Khalili, Bruno Boudjelal, Celestino Mondlane, Conrad Botes, Demián Flores, Eduardo Basualdo, Eva Grubinger, Fredy Alzate, Johanna Calle, João Ferro Martins, Luiz Zerbini, Miguel Jara, Paul Edmunds, Pedro Barateiro, Raul Mourão, Sandra Monterroso, Simon Gush, Solon Ribeiro, Wim Botha
“Artists Engaged? Maybe”, group exhibition with Berna Reale, Luiz Zerbini, Raul Mourão and Solon Ribeiro
Curated by António Pinto Ribeiro
On view through 7th September
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Temporary exhibition gallery – Headquarters building – Ground floor and garden
Av. de Berna, 45-A
Open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 6pm