Raquel Arnaud's new collective exhibition, 'A revolução tem que ser feita pouco a pouco' questions what the word 'contemporary' really means. Seemingly insignificant objects clutter the work of five artists. Among the bunch is Nuno Sousa Vieira, who uses materials from the warehouse in which his father works to create his artworks, indicating that his past gives him the tools to live in the world today. Other are less abstract and gravitate towards the concrete here-and-now. Carla Chaim uses physicality, the shape and measurements of her body, as a symbol of the present.
'Os saxões no século 12 usaram o chapéu de palha, que se manteve uma parte dos equipamentos do agricultor' by Felix Gmemlin (Press Image/Felix Gmemlin)
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'A Revolução tem que ser feita pouco a pouco'
Rua Fidalga 125, Vila Madalena
Telephone 3083 6322
By Alexis Sogl
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