National Society of Fine Arts, in Lisbon, inaugurates “A tender (and political) contemplation of what lives”
Exhibition shows 120 works from the private collection of Norlinda and José Lima, including works by Paula Rego, Andy Warhol and Nan Golding
The National Society of Fine Arts, in Lisbon, inaugurates, on the 1st of March, Wednesday, at 6 pm, the exhibition “A tender (and political) contemplation of what lives”, a selection of 120 works from the collection privately owned by the couple Norlinda and José Lima, where pieces by artists such as Paula Rego, Andy Warhol, and Nan Golding can be found.
The exhibition is curated and communicated by zet gallery and will be on display at the Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes until April 8th.
Among the 120 creators represented in this exhibition are Julião Sarmento, Mário Cesariny, Cindy Sherman, Francisco Tropa, Julian Opie, António Charrua, and Mel Bochner, in a compilation of works that invite the public to reflect on freedom and being free.
The private collection of Norlinda and José Lima, a couple passionate about art whose collection already exceeds 1300 works of art, was built, mostly, in a democratic context, and reflects the creation in the period of artistic vanguards that marked the 1960s/70s and that accompanied, and anticipated, a changing world.
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