fundação árpád szenes - vieira da silva
Árpád Szenes-Vieira da Silva Foundation was created in 1994 with the purpose of studying and divulging the artistic work of Árpád Szenes and Maria Helena Vieira da Silva.
The museum collection comprises a vast timeline of the painting and drawing work of both artists: Árpád Szenes from 1911 to 1985 and Maria Helena Vieira da Silva from 1926 to 1986.
The Museum is located in the old Real Fábrica dos Tecidos de Seda de Lisboa, an XVIII century building.
clube dos criativos de portugal
CCP is an institution created in 1997. Since then they have organised yearly the most prestigious Creativity Festival in Portugal.
Their mission is to award and promote the top comercial creative activities in Portugal: advertisement, design, events, marketing, public relations and media.
Their goal is to stimulate, support and help to train the next generation of creatives, manifest the importance and need of good creative work and to ease the sharing of experiences amongst professionals in this industry.
fundação ricardo espírito santo silva
FRESS, also known as Museu de Artes Decorativas was founded in 1953. Located in Largo das Portas do Sol in Lisboa the Museum is a non-profit public cultural institution.
Their mission is to protect, study and spread the Portuguese Decorative Arts and Crafts, by maintaining their traditional characteristics through education and development of the artistic and cultural sensibility of the artisans.
FRESS currently has 18 operative workshops .
bainha de copas - portuguese wearitage
Bainha de Copas believes that patterns, colours and cuts are the fabric that make people happy.
To reinterpret the Portuguese heritage, they invite artists, designers, illustrators and photographers to create products that tell stories to the rest of the world.
Besides online sales globally, the brand is also sold in stores in Portugal, Japan, Australia, France, Canada and Germany.
The collection here displayed is the result of a cooperation with FRESS.
reflections of lisbon
A set of photographs of an ever-changing and ephemeral Lisbon, devoided of the sun and light that usually highlights the city.
Images of Lisbon's iconic places which appear in reflections of mirrored surfaces, or even puddles created by the rain and then disappear to never return again.
As in the "camera obscura", the images shown to us are inverted, they represent places and people that are and aren't there simultaneoulsy.
- ongoing project.
A project that aims to explore the cathartic and therapeutic effect of photography on both sides of a failed love relationship.
The photograph transcends the limits of the screens and the virtual spaces where we are so used to find it nowadays and assumes its apparently forgotten form of photograph/object.
With this project the Author intends not only to return to the photograph its lost object status, but also to make it ascend to tridimensionality, achieved through its manipulation by the couples involved.
- ongoing project.