Group show
Dear image, Part I

João Ferro Martins, Maria Laet, Gabriela Machado, E.M. de Melo e Castro, Carlos Nogueira, Carlos Noronha Feio + Délio Jasse, Rosana Ricalde, Nuno Sousa Vieira and João Vieira

Exhibition view (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view (photo: Bruno Lopes)

João Vieira, 1967, Operação 1, 36 x 51,5 x 2 cm (photo: Bruno Lopes)

João Vieira, 1967, Operação 1, 36 x 51,5 x 2 cm (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Nuno Sousa Vieira, 2020, Espelho (Detail), Typewritten text and carbon copy on paper, mounted on mirror, 70 x 47 cm (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Nuno Sousa Vieira, 2020, Espelho (Detail), Typewritten text and carbon copy on paper, mounted on mirror, 70 x 47 cm (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Rosana Ricalde, Atlas Marco Polo, 2009 (Detalhe), Phrases about the Atlas from the book The Travels of Marco Polo, 40 x 55 x 1,5 cm (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Rosana Ricalde, Atlas Marco Polo, 2009 (Detalhe), Phrases about the Atlas from the book The Travels of Marco Polo, 40 x 55 x 1,5 cm (photo: Bruno Lopes)

João Ferro Martins, Wordscape (study), 2005, Stamp ink on paper, 32 x 41 cm (photo: Bruno Lopes)

João Ferro Martins, Wordscape (study), 2005, Stamp ink on paper, 32 x 41 cm (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Ernesto de Melo e Castro, Imaginação, 1967, Print on paper, 40 x 40 cm (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Ernesto de Melo e Castro, Imaginação, 1967, Print on paper, 40 x 40 cm (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view. Works by Carlos Noronha Feio and Délio Jasse (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view. Works by Carlos Noronha Feio and Délio Jasse (photo: Bruno Lopes)

3+1 Arte Contemporânea is very pleased to announce the group exhibitions Dear image, Part I & Part II, two part exhibitions including represented and invited artists.

The first exhibition presents works that employ language and text based works as vehicles for artistic expression. Whereas the second exhibition will focus on multidisciplinarian works which predominately bring into play the pictorial communications contrary to the first exhibition.

These two exhibitions are a response to our current realities and ways in which communicating through the power of language and image are an important means of expression in critical times of implemented isolation. In doing so, we aim to comment and further open conversations on the role of visuals tools and social intercourse.

03.07.20 → 08.08.20
Opening 03.07.20, 14h → 20h

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