Exposições temporárias

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BES Photo 2014
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Museu Coleção Berardo, 28 May - 7 September 2014, with Délio Jasse, José Pedro Cortes and Letícia Ramos.
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Vito Acconci, Will be at Hotel Earle (...), 1973.
An Infinite Conversation
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Organised into a series of rooms that reflect different aspects of the collection, the exhibitionn presents a wide variety of encounters, connections and dissonances that illuminate the museum’s display in new ways. Museu Coleção Berardo, 10.07.2014 – 01.02.2015
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BES Photo 2013
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ALBANO SILVA PEREIRA | FILIPE BRANQUINHO | PEDRO MOTTA | SOFIA BORGES

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O ConsumoFeliz_HappyConsumption©DavidRato
Happy Consumption. Publicity and Society in the 20th Century
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The exhibition Happy Consumption. Publicity and Society in the 20th Century presents a selection of over 350 works from the Berardo Collection of Advertising Art, which in total numbers around 1500 pieces. This internationally unique collection is of unparalleled interest, bringing together exclusively hand-painted advertising originals miraculously saved from the ravages of time and their inevitable and usual destruction.

 

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Angela Detanico, Rafael Lain. Amplitude
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Angela Detanico and Rafael Lain (Caxias do Sul, Brazil) began exhibiting in 2001. They currently live and work in Paris. Their work can be related to several art trends that gave life to Brazilian modernist avant-garde movements such as concrete art, the visual poetry of the Noigandres group or digital art. However, since they are living at a different time, a time when many aspects of these movements are part of everyday life, making reference to them introduces a playful, if not ironical, dimension that derives from the ambiguity created by those works.

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No Fly Zone. Unlimited Mileage.
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The Museu Coleção Berardo presents No Fly Zone, an exhibition dedicated to the youthful artistic scene in Angola. This exhibition not only signals the new way of life in Angola after its decolonisation and war, but also determines a position within the vexed arena of cultural heritage and its redefinition; the migration of conflicts and its feedback, the position of the artist and his or her production in a world that is continuously swelling beyond the bounds of the known, the recognisable and the lived, now addressed by these new leading figures.