Galerias Municipais/Galeria da Boavista
In a rapidly changing city like Lisbon, the Municipal Galleries seek to enhance the artistic environment and reflect contemporary culture. They consist of five spaces, networked and without a permanent collection: Pavilhão Branco, Boavista Gallery, Torreão Nascente da Cordoaria Nacional, Quadrum Gallery and the Avenida da Índia Gallery.
With a particular awareness of the historical and architectural heritage of each space, programming reflects a diversity of artistic creation and discourse, maintaining a transdisciplinary and transcultural focus. In this sense, the Municipal Galleries seek to promote different temporalities through exhibitions of varying lengths, as well as discursive programs, performances, residencies and publications.
“Flamboyanzinho, flor-de-pavão, flamboyant-mirim, barba-de-barata”
[Cur. Julia Coelho & Renan Araujo] at Galeria da Boavista
Photo Credit: Candice Lin – La Charada China, 2018 – Cortesia da artista e François Ghebaly – foto de Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Galeria da Boavista, Rua da Boavista 50, 1200-066 Lisboa