HOMA, the ephemeral gallery of contemporary art and vintage furniture, will be held in Lisbon from 22nd to 26th November.
Works of art and design by internationally renowned artists brought by HOMA will be appreciated during the 2019 edition at the Palácio Gomes Freire in Lisbon.
The space that hosts this, which is the third edition installed in Portugal, is the Palacete Gomes Freire, located at Rua Gomes Freire, 98.
The proposal is to bring together, in a unique space, a selection of works by internationally renowned contemporary artists, classic works and interior design.
In this environment created by HOMA, this time in a palace with more than two centuries of history, visual arts, calligraphy, street art, and design coexist harmoniously for five days to be acquired by an eclectic public interested in integrated arts. to their living and working spaces.
HOMA is curated by Frenchwoman Barbara Bronsart, an art collector with 20 years of experience and an expert in discovering and transforming architectural spaces.
For this week, which he calls HOMA deux, he has invited fourteen artists including designers, painters, sculptors and photographers among them L’Atlas, Camille Bonneau, Victoire Cathalan, Sandra Conan and Thierry Dagorn.
“Art is communication. To me, an art piece is like a musical note. I feel that when artists show me their work I can compose a song with these pieces” says Barbara with admiration as she speaks of the artists she lives with during each edition of HOMA.
For her, the relationship of simplicity and humility that she establishes with them is necessary so that the stories of each piece, of each object, are told to visitors in an authentic way.
HOMA 2019 has received the support of CRG Atlantic to make it possible for artists of various nationalities to come in to interact with Portuguese artists during the press release on November 21st.