The Casino Estoril Art Gallery opens, next Wednesday, December 16, at 6 pm, the XXXIV Autumn Salon.
This is another edition of this emblematic collective exhibition of Painting and Sculpture, in which you can find some of the most respected contemporary plastic artists. In turn, the exhibition “Cidade” by Paulo Ossião, currently featured in the Art Gallery, can continue to be visited, starting on the 16th, at Espaço de Arte 2. Admission is free.
Art Gallery: XXXIV Autumn Salon
Considered already a collective exhibition of reference in the panorama of plastic arts, the Autumn Salon brings together, in its 34th edition, a notable cast of works in the modalities of Painting and Sculpture.
Thus, works by the following artists will be highlighted:
- Painting – Alfredo Luz, Branislav Mihajlovic, Cohen Fusé, David Levy Lima, Diogo Navarro, Edgardo Xavier, Fernando Gaspar, Filipa Oliveira Antunes, Gustavo Fernandes, João Feijó, José Grazina, Maramgoní, Mário Vinte e Um, Nadir Afonso, Nélio Saltão, Paulo Ossião, Pedro Castanheira, and Rui Carruço.
- Sculpture – Abílio Febra, Carlos Ramos, Filipe Curado, Gustavo Fernandes, João Sotero, Jorge Pé-Curto, Marius Moraru, Moisés Preto Paulo, and Rogério Timóteo.
Art Space 2: “Cidade” by Paulo Ossião
Featured in the Art Gallery of Casino Estoril, the exhibition “Cidade”, by Paulo Ossião can continue to be visited at Espaço de Arte 2, from 16 to 31 December.
The Art Gallery of Casino Estoril and Paulo Ossião chose to postpone, for two weeks, the closing date of the exhibition “Cidade”, since due to the circulation limitations imposed by the successive states of emergency, in force since last month In November, many admirers of this renowned watercolor artist could not yet observe his works.
Considered the best contemporary Portuguese watercolor artist, Paulo Ossião is an artist who has been deeply connected, since the beginning of his career, to the Casino Estoril Art Gallery. Since then, he has adopted watercolor as an almost exclusive modality, moving in it with a rare knowledge of experience.
He is an exceptional watercolor artist, of blues and all their shades, and one of his favorite themes is Lisbon. Paulo Ossião has portrayed Lisbon in a unique way.
His watercolors transmit, in their own language, the luminosity of Lisbon, whether in the blue of the sky and the river, up to the ocher of the roofs of the Lisbon neighborhoods or the facade of the old houses.
The hills and monuments, the Tagus and its bridges, the riverside areas, the Castle, the Cathedral, the cacilheiros, the trams, and so much more, are icons of the capital and one of his favorite themes.