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Não percam a maravilhosa exposição de pintura e escultura de Tim Madeira, Antonio Alves da Costa e Paula Castro Freire no Palácio Chiado. Além de grandes artistas são amigos que muito prezo. Sucesso! Agradeço a foto de #bendorosariofotografia #palaciochiado #timmadeira #paulacastrofreire#artinlisbon #loveart

•• Francisco Vidal Manifesto •• 01/03: "LUUANDA RISING is the title of a serie of works that will be displayed in Lisbon at Wozen Gallery.
From 2012 to 2014 I gave drawing classes in Luanda on the architecture courses of various schools in the city. I had never dreamed of being a teacher, it was the need to pay bills and to draw the space for me and my family, that I boarded into drawing’s grand dimension, that is the exchange of knowledge and informations with students and pupils.
It is clear to me that the experience was very useful. Not for the bills I payed, but for all that was thought collectively with at least 200 people throughout the period of 4 semesters.
It was in this space of exchange that I started a series in A4 paper and China ink, that is called “name dropping for the african industrial revolution”, that marks the beginning of these works in paper. The intention was to make an “academical workbook” with the portraits of the important people on the Angolan and African contemporary thought and to balance these common portraits, with the presence on Jose Eduardo dos Santos’s physical space and collective memory, the past president of Angola.
To give importance and a sense of state to operative elements of the working class, as are students and teachers, painters, poets, dancers, architects, sculptors, the ones who write.
A class that operates with creativity’s and intuition’s industry.
Thereby, in conversations with my students (for in my drawing lessons we interpole the times of silence, traces and breathing, with much conversation, many words, signs and signals, critic and codes)." photo: @luccamiranda #wozenartisticresidency #expoluuandarising #utopialuandamachine #wozenexhibition #wozenstudio #studiogallery #contemporaryart #artcollector #artlovers #artinlisbon #janelasverdes #lisbon #lissabon #lisbonne #lisboalive #WOrldcitiZEN #wozen #franciscovidal #africanartist #africanart #africanartcollector #africancontemporaryart #contemporaryafricanart #contemporaryafricanartist #africancontemporaryartist #contemporaryafricancollector

Meraviglie sul Tejo, amazing architecture on Tejo River #architecture #maat #museudeartearquiteturaetecnologia #lisbon #artinlisbon

Pedro Henriques opening tonight at Gabinete from 19-21 with new Gabinete edition/// Abertura no Gabinete hoje das 19-21 de Pedro Henriques com nova edição Gabinete #gabineteeditions #contemporaryart #artinlisbon #pedrohenriques #principereal

Fine Arts | DANEI STREGMANN MANGRANÉ. Gallery installation view at Múrias Centeno, 2013. Photography by Blues Photography Studio | ARCO Lisboa | 26-29 May 2016 #theartoflivinginportugal #finearts #danieisteegmannmangrane #artlife #artwork #fineartlife #artecontemporanea #contemporaryart #cordoarianacional #portugallifestyle #exhibition #artinlisbon #newexhibition #galleryday #artandculture #artadvisor

Exhibition view - Tudo o que é profundo ama a mascára - Rita Ferreira & António Neves Nobre Curated by Ana Cristina Cachola #3m1arte #ritaiferreira #antonionnobre #anacachola #artexhibition #artinlisbon #painting #Arte #art

Nuno Santiago, Sem título, 2017 -- 'Cor fracturada' | 29.06.17 - 27.07.17
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••• Francisco Vidal Manifesto ••• 03/03: "The exhibiting of the works LUUANDA RISING, was almost to have been named Angolan Painting, as the “portuguese guitar” of the 1967 album of Carlos Paredes.
It’s a statement.
For, in this serie of almost 50 paintings, the intention of uncovering the essential elements in angolan painting exists.
The concepts developed alongside my students and my pairs on the contemporary Angolan thought are visible and existent. In Luuanda, the Book of 1963, the city’s language and of the musseques has the intention to write with Luanda’s accent and sayings.With the KIEKELELA of Nam, we experimented on rare shades of Luanda’s codes. But rare is precious.
In this moment that I exhibit with all these signs together, under the Rise of Luuanda. Parallel the exhibition on Wozen space, Luuanda’s contemporary thought is also displayed in the collective exhibition that has its debut this same day at the Hangar, entitles “Luuanda”, with curatorship of Suzana Souza, Paula Nascimento and Bruno Leitão. The artist are: Albano Cardoso, Cristiano Mangovo, Ery Claver, Ilhosvanny, Januário Jano, Kiluanji, Keyezua, Pedro Pires.
It strikes me that this coincidence of date, title and geography really underlines (with fluor), the strong existence of the Angolan Contemporary Thought. The terms of literature are our common wealth.
Many of these names are in my circle of pairs, many are also in my workbook._NAMEDROPPING FOR THE AFRICAN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION_"
Francisco Vidal
Algés September 2017 photo: @luccamiranda #wozenartisticresidency #expoluuandarising #utopialuandamachine #wozenexhibition #wozenstudio #studiogallery #contemporaryart #artcollector #artlovers #artinlisbon #janelasverdes #lisbon #lissabon #lisbonne #lisboalive #WOrldcitiZEN #wozen #franciscovidal #africanartist #africanart #africanartcollector #africancontemporaryart #contemporaryafricanart #contemporaryafricanartist #africancontemporaryartist #contemporaryafricancollector

We are delighted to invite everyone for this unique experience • friday • 22set2017 • at 7pm
The exhibition • LUUANDA RISING • marks the end of Francisco Vidal’s residency at Wozen, all technical and conceptual development condensed after a year of the artist’s practice inside the gallery. •••Francisco Vidal Manifesto••• 02/03: "Arising in terms coined by us, signaled by the excitation of young adults, by me with 36 years in 2014, and some older, that had taken advantage of the time of peace to comeback to school and make the course that had one day dreamed. Architecture._UTOPIA LUANDA MACHINE_AFRICAN CONTEMPORARY THOUGHT_
AFRICAN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION_REVOLVE, DRAWINGS OF REVOLUTION_
Luuanda and Rising were the two words that most inspired me this summer, they were given to me by Namalimba in a conversation of passion and thought through the city. She proposed to me the word on the title of the Book of 1963 and I proposed Sao Paolo de Loanda. This in Lisboa, the day before traveling to Sao Tome, where we were with Joao Carlos Silva making experiences with KIEKELA - that means giving in in Kimbundo. Giving in to dance.
The idea of NAM is Luuanda because the UU has Utopia, the poetry of the word when Kimbundu enters the text written in portuguese, the dream that promotes utopia or an utopic thought. The proposal of freedom of thought that has as a centre Luanda, even if it is thought of or dreamed of in another geography.
I like of the O of Loanda in Sao Paolo de Loanda, its genesis. Though in fact, as a signal and as a sign UU is absolutely strong.
And the graphism in the paintings works out very well._UU_NOVA LUANDA_The Umbundo _Nova Lisboa_NAM - NON ALIGNED MOVEMENT_ #wozenartisticresidency #expoluuandarising #utopialuandamachine #wozenexhibition #wozenstudio #studiogallery #contemporaryart #artcollector #artlovers #artinlisbon #janelasverdes #lisbon #lissabon #lisbonne #lisboalive #WOrldcitiZEN #wozen #franciscovidal #africanartist #africanart #africanartcollector #africancontemporaryart #contemporaryafricanart #contemporaryafricanartist #africancontemporaryartist #contemporaryafricancollector

•• Francisco Vidal Manifesto •• 01/03: "LUUANDA RISING is the title of a serie of works that will be displayed in Lisbon at Wozen Gallery.
From 2012 to 2014 I gave drawing classes in Luanda on the architecture courses of various schools in the city. I had never dreamed of being a teacher, it was the need to pay bills and to draw the space for me and my family, that I boarded into drawing’s grand dimension, that is the exchange of knowledge and informations with students and pupils.
It is clear to me that the experience was very useful. Not for the bills I payed, but for all that was thought collectively with at least 200 people throughout the period of 4 semesters.
It was in this space of exchange that I started a series in A4 paper and China ink, that is called “name dropping for the african industrial revolution”, that marks the beginning of these works in paper. The intention was to make an “academical workbook” with the portraits of the important people on the Angolan and African contemporary thought and to balance these common portraits, with the presence on Jose Eduardo dos Santos’s physical space and collective memory, the past president of Angola.
To give importance and a sense of state to operative elements of the working class, as are students and teachers, painters, poets, dancers, architects, sculptors, the ones who write.
A class that operates with creativity’s and intuition’s industry.
Thereby, in conversations with my students (for in my drawing lessons we interpole the times of silence, traces and breathing, with much conversation, many words, signs and signals, critic and codes)." photo: @luccamiranda #wozenartisticresidency #expoluuandarising #utopialuandamachine #wozenexhibition #wozenstudio #studiogallery #contemporaryart #artcollector #artlovers #artinlisbon #janelasverdes #lisbon #lissabon #lisbonne #lisboalive #WOrldcitiZEN #wozen #franciscovidal #africanartist #africanart #africanartcollector #africancontemporaryart #contemporaryafricanart #contemporaryafricanartist #africancontemporaryartist #contemporaryafricancollector

• LUUANDA RISING EXHIBITION • 03/03 curatorial text: "LUUANDA RISING comes as a first attempt to state the existence of _PENSAMENTO CONTEMPORANEO ANGOLANO (angolan contemporary thought)_ , where he searches to catalogue and present the essential elements of Angolan painting, parallel to honoring and immortalizing the operative elements of the working class - a romantic definition reserved to his pair artists, creatives and family. In this way, LUUANDA RISING is a maternal code that contains all other codes, representing the Utopia_UU_ of a free thought centered in Luanda, although dreamt in Lisbon’s geography, in accordance with his global concept _NAM - Non Aligned Movement_ and the gallery’s concept of World Citizenship.

Francisco Vidal is, at the same time, creator and collector, student and teacher, sound and image. His quest does not seek fulfillment, only expansion that follow ciclic (although irregular) movements, in which words become signs by means of collective ideas, originated in the free exchange of knowledge. Such signs unite to create an innovative artistic language that mixes past and future, symbols and literature, pursuing the true contemporary cultural identity of Angola and Africa.

The exhibition LUUANDA RISING marks the end of Francisco Vidal’s residency at Wozen, all technical and conceptual development condensed after a year of the artist’s practice inside the gallery. Simultaneously it states a new fase for futures discoveries in the infinite cosmos of angolan creativity. It is up to us, as art researchers, to truly thank for the unique opportunity of immersion within the intricate structure of the african artistic thought - fast, powerful, unpredictable and uncontrollable, that can now be appreciated in all its splendor of colors and traces, by Lisbon’s community" •SAVE THE DATE• •22set2017• at 7pm• photo: @hugoinglez #wozenartisticresidency #expoluuandarising #utopialuandamachine #wozenexhibition #wozenstudio #studiogallery #contemporaryart #artcollector #artlovers #artinlisbon #janelasverdes #lisbon #lissabon #lisbonne #lisboalive #WOrldcitiZEN #wozen #franciscovidal #africanartist

•• LUUANDA RISING EXHIBITION •• 02/03 curatorial text: Francisco Vidal is a codified language and, to be properly understood, it must be studied as such.

His first project inside Wozen’s residency, The Summer School (2016), followed by the Paper School (2017), reveals the starting point to the formation of this language, as well as the first of his fundamental structural pillars: the word. His experience as a teacher begins in 2012, in architecture courses in Luanda as a better way to provide for his family. As Francisco does not conceive education in its traditional sense - as a unilateral transit of knowledge, he strived to create an intelectual environment based on the purest of collectivism, in which thoughts can coexist and inhabit in complete freedom and harmony, with no owners or bindings. The result of this osmosis between professors, students, co-workers and family, brought to surface his first codes: UTOPIA LUANDA MACHINE _ AFRICAN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION _ REVOLVER, DESENHOS DE REVOLUÇÃO.

These new spoken concepts, in constant evolution, always welcoming and mixing new native terms - KIEKELELA, giving in to dance in Kimbundo_NOVA LUANDA _ Nova Lisboa _ o Umbundo_, each one with its particular origin and dense signification, have found its cradle in paper and its embodiment in painting, revealing the second of Vidal’s fundamental structural pillars: the visual signs. _NAMEDROPING FOR THE AFRICAN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION_ ,the artist shaped a fluid and intuitive style of work, as the Jazz that influences him so much. His language doesn’t follow a fix or linear order and its visual signs search the same higher plane of freedom of the words, which are projected in space through installations in constant mutation •SAVE THE DATE• •22set2017• at 7pm • photo: @luccamiranda #wozenartisticresidency #expoluuandarising #utopialuandamachine #wozenexhibition #wozenstudio #studiogallery #contemporaryart #artcollector #artlovers #artinlisbon #janelasverdes #lisbon #lissabon #lisbonne #lisboalive #WOrldcitiZEN #wozen #franciscovidal

••• LUUANDA RISING EXHIBITION ••• 01/03 curatorial text: Francisco Vidal, or Xico, as he prefers to be called, came to us in 2016, after accepting the invitation to participate in the collective exhibition Glocal - "No Regional de um Espaço Sem Fronteiras". The 40 year old angolan artist entered Wozen’s space surrounded by the aura of mystery and praise that precedes most references to his name in the artistic circles of Lisbon, Luanda and London. His soft and low voice, his calm and poetic speech inspire one on simplicity, whoever one receives the first sentences of the renowned artist, who has participated in important galleries, fairs and museums around the world, such as the Freies Museum/Savy Contemporary in Berlin (2015) and the 56th Venice Bienalle (2015), and has works in great collections like the EDP Foundation and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. In this year of residency that followed our encounter, of which the individual exhibition LUUANDA RISING is the result, we can conclude that these first words were, in reality, just a superficial layer of what became a daily exercise on unravelling the intricacies of the artist’s complex thought •SAVE THE DATE• •22set2017• at 7pm • photo: @hugoinglez #wozenartisticresidency #expoluuandarising #utopialuandamachine #wozenexhibition #wozenstudio #studiogallery #contemporaryart #artcollector #artlovers #artinlisbon #janelasverdes #lisbon #lissabon #lisbonne #lisboalive #WOrldcitiZEN #wozen #franciscovidal #africanartist #africanart #africanartcollector #africancontemporaryart #contemporaryafricanart #contemporaryafricanartist #africancontemporaryartist #contemporaryafricancollector

Não percam a maravilhosa exposição de pintura e escultura de Tim Madeira, Antonio Alves da Costa e Paula Castro Freire no Palácio Chiado. Além de grandes artistas são amigos que muito prezo. Sucesso! Agradeço a foto de #bendorosariofotografia #palaciochiado #timmadeira #paulacastrofreire#artinlisbon #loveart

Hoje foi a vernissage da primeira exposição de pintura do @mrzeca é um orgulho partilhar momentos como este. 🎨💛 Podem visitar nas janelas verdes,70 #artinlisbon #creativepeople #visitlisbon #mona #exibithion

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