AUTUMN IMMERSIVE EXHIBITIONS CYCLE POINT UP IN LISBON CULTURAL AGENDA

AUTUMN IMMERSIVE EXHIBITIONS CYCLE POINT UP IN LISBON CULTURAL AGENDA

The Lisbon Cultural Agenda highlights our Autumn Immersive Cycle, marked by the exhibitions “The Beasts of Beauty” (already open and available for visiting), “The Nutcrackers” and “The BeansTalkers” (opening on Dec. 3rd), inaugurating the 360º exhibition category.

The news refers to the three exhibitions, highlighting those that will open on December 3rd: The Nutcrackers and The BeansTalkers. The Nutcrackers brings together artists Gulnar Sacoor, Tebo, Fabián Caro Román and Jaime R Ferreira under the theme of dream and spirituality. The BeansTalkers is an exhibition dedicated to tradition that brings together artworks by artists Vimoc, Cecília Acevedo and Carlos Teixeira. The exhibition emphasizes the Golden Edition, by the Vimoc duo from the city of Porto, a series of illustrations on the beauty of nature and urban architecture. In this series, the artists seek to recover the Portuguese tradition of the application of gilded woodcarving, combining the dynamic morphology of the gold leaf with the raised hand drawing.

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AUTUMN IMMERSIVE EXHIBITIONS CYCLE POINT UP IN LISBON CULTURAL AGENDA

AUTUMN IMMERSIVE EXHIBITIONS CYCLE POINT UP IN LISBON CULTURAL AGENDA

The Lisbon Cultural Agenda highlights our Autumn Immersive Cycle, marked by the exhibitions “The Beasts of Beauty” (already open and available for visiting), “The Nutcrackers” and “The BeansTalkers” (opening on Dec. 3rd), inaugurating the 360º exhibition category.

The news refers to the three exhibitions, highlighting those that will open on December 3rd: The Nutcrackers and The BeansTalkers. The Nutcrackers brings together artists Gulnar Sacoor, Tebo, Fabián Caro Román and Jaime R Ferreira under the theme of dream and spirituality. The BeansTalkers is an exhibition dedicated to tradition that brings together artworks by artists Vimoc, Cecília Acevedo and Carlos Teixeira. The exhibition emphasizes the Golden Edition, by the Vimoc duo from the city of Porto, a series of illustrations on the beauty of nature and urban architecture. In this series, the artists seek to recover the Portuguese tradition of the application of gilded woodcarving, combining the dynamic morphology of the gold leaf with the raised hand drawing.

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