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Itinerant Exhibitions

The Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art aims to be an important reference for contemporary art in Portugal, and also constitute an active element within the international art community. Ensuring that the collection is accessible outside Serralves is therefore reflected in a rich and diverse programme of itinerant exhibitions and international co-productions:
- via itinerant exhibitions in Portugal conducted through partnerships with municipalities across the country, Serralves fosters an extension of the access network and enables local populations to draw closer to art and culture;
- via international co-productions with foreign cultural institutions, Serralves actively participates in international museums networks that are committed to fostering culture and ensuring its development around the world.


Itinerant Exhibitions
Angela Bulloch is part of a generation of British Artists that emerged in the late 1980s. Bulloch’s work addresses systems that structure social behaviour and play with the ways in which we construct and interpret information. H...
Silvestre Pestana (1949, Funchal, Madeira) é uma das figuras mais radicais da arte contemporânea portuguesa. Poeta, artista plástico e performer, criou desde os finais dos anos 1960 uma obra singular através de uma grande dive...
JOANA VASCONCELOS - PETIT GÂTEAU: AIRPORT DE 2019-04-10 a 2019-06-24
Survey exhibition of one of the most renowned contemporary artists.Joana Vasconcelos (Paris, 1971) has exhibited regularly since the mid-1990s. The nature of Joana Vasconcelos’ creative process is based on the appropriation, dec...
Ângelo de Sousa (Lourenço Marques, Mozambique, 1938—2011, Porto) is one of the most influential figures in the Portuguese art world of the second half of the twentieth century and is one of the artists with the greatest number...
THE PARK IN MACRO II DE 2019-03-19 a 2019-08-31
Visiting Serralves Park, we are naturally confronted with the mastery and beauty of its design, its historical signi?cance, the diversity of its colours, aromas, forms and textures, its fauna and ?ora. However, there is much more ...
The handmade and deliberately badly done, badly finished nature of some works by Ana Jotta (Lisbon, 1946) can be seen as a criticism of the efficiency and professionalism that seem to hold all activities (including artistic ones) ...
IMAGES OF DOMESTIC AND URBAN LIFE IN THE SERRALVES COLLECTIONThis October, as a result of the partnership established between the Serralves Foundation and the Municipality of Vila Nova de Famalicão, the Casa do Território, withi...

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