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GUIDED TOUR IN PORTUGUESE SIGN LANGUAGE: "GIORGIO GRIFFA: QUASI TUTTO"
18 JUN 2016
Guided tour to the exhibition by Laredo Cultural Association.

In partnership with the Laredo Association, Serralves Museum offers a programme for the deaf or hard of hearing. One guided tour in Portuguese Sign Language is available per month to make the exhibitions and spaces of the Serralves Foundation more accessible to this public. 

Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art presents the first large-scale museum survey of the paintings and drawings of Giorgio Griffa. It is the Italian artist’s first exhibition in Portugal. The exhibition is the culmination of a series of shows originating at the Centre d’Art Contemporain, Genève (Switzerland), travelling to the Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen (Norway) and the Fondazione Giuliani, Rome (Italy). Curated by Serralves Museum director Suzanne Cotter and Andrea Bellini, Director of the Centre d’Art Contemporain, Genève, the exhibition at Serralves presents an expanded selection of more than forty paintings and over fifty drawings dating from 1969 to 2015. Surveying Griffa’s highly abstract yet eminently pictorial production, this ambitious exhibition reveals the artist’s commitment to the practice of painting as a cumulative process whose continuum is part of a broader physical and metaphysical reality.



Image: Giorgio Griffa Obliquo [Oblíquo  Oblique], 1976. Courtesy of the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York. Photo: Giulio Caresio


  • LocationMuseum Galleries
  • Schedule15h30 - 17h00
  • Days18 JUN 2016

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