November 10, 2018 - Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art - Fall/winter 2018 exhibitions and events
November 10, 2018

Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art

[1] Courtesy of Pedro Costa. [2] Stitchomythia. © Nadia Lauro.

Fall/winter 2018 exhibitions and events

Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art
Rua D. João de Castro, 210
4150–417 Porto
Portugal
Hours: Monday–Sunday 10am–7pm,
Saturday–Sunday 10am–8pm

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Pedro Costa
Company

Company brings together works by Pedro Costa created over the years in collaboration with sculptor Rui Chafes, filmmakers Danièle Huillet, Jean Marie-Straub, Chantal Akerman or photographer Paulo Nozolino. 

The exhibition also includes artworks that have been featured in Costa’s films—namely by photographer Jacob Riis, painter Théodore Géricault or poet Robert Desnos—as well as paintings, drawings and films that have accompanied his life and filmmaking. Architect José Neves is the author of the exhibition’s design.

A programme of screenings and public discussions is planned to run over the course of the exhibition.

Company will be accompanied by a fully-illustrated publication. Co-published by Serralves and Pierre von Kleist editions, it will include texts by Jean-Louis Comolli, Andy Rector, Darlene Sadlier, Jacques Lemière, André Salgueiro Martins, José Neves, Patrick Holzapfel, Michael Guarneri, Un-Seong Yoo, Flávio Almada/Maira Zenun Almada and Jun Fujita Hirose.

Pedro Costa: Company is organized by the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto, coordinated by Marta Almeida and Filipa Loureiro, with the collaboration of Nuno Crespo and Marta Mateus.

OPENINGS
Tom Emerson in conversation with the Álvaro Siza Archive

Tom Emerson, of London-based practice 6a architects is the first guest curator of "Conversations with the Archive," a new series of exhibitions aimed at placing the work of Álvaro Siza in conversation with some of the most relevant contemporary architectural practices. Invited to act as guest curators, architects are asked to select materials from the Álvaro Siza Archive and present them in connection to their own work.

Organized by the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, the exhibition is curated by Tom Emerson in conversation with Carles Muro, Adjunct Curator for Architecture Programmes at the Serralves Museum, assisted by Sónia Oliveira, Head of the Serralves Library. 

Stitchomythia
December 16, 2018 

Stitcomythia is a visual installation and musical performance developed in collaboration by visual artist and set designer Nadio Lauro and composer Zeena Parkins. A new anamorphic carpet designed for performers, its optical motifs (the topography in anamorphosis), the perceptual disorder that emanates from them, constitute a musical score unfolded at the scale of the space. Oscillating between dangerous obsession and bewitchment, Stitchomythia presents itself as a disquieting space/partition.

The Serralves programme of Performing Arts is developed by Cristina Grande, curator for dance and performance, and Pedro Rocha, curator for music, both assisted by Ana Conde.


For further information and image requests, please contact apoio.imprensa [​at​] serralves.pt.  


About Serralves
The Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art is the foremost museum for contemporary art in Portugal, and one of Europe’s most renowned institutions for contemporary art and culture. Uniquely sited on the grounds of the Serralves Foundation in Porto―which also comprises an 18-hectare Park and the Serralves Villa, a landmark art deco building―the Museum designed by Álvaro Siza opened in 1999. Through its exhibitions, collection, publications, performing arts, and public programmes, Serralves fosters the understanding and appreciation of contemporary art and culture in Portugal and around the world.

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