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Nov
22
Fri
to Nov 23 | SCULPTURE EXHIBIT | Across Space by Gonzalo Ramírez | Marques de Pombal | FREE
Nov 22 @ 09:00 – 19:30
to Nov 23 | SCULPTURE EXHIBIT | Across Space by Gonzalo Ramírez | Marques de Pombal | FREE @ Instituto Cervantes de Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Gonzalo Ramírez is an artist from Uruguay. He makes sculptures. His new show is entitled “Do outro lado do espaço” (“Across space,” roughly).

Spanish-language school Instituto Cervantes de Lisboa, hosts of Gonzalo’s new show, describe his stuff like this:
“His sculptures stand out for their studied proportions, their textures, and colors, and in each of them, one appreciates the aesthetics, harmony, and movement, showing a careful fabrication by letting the soul of the materials used give it a glimpse… an unmistakable personal touch.”

Go witness Gonzalo’s personal take on careful fabrication.
Or learn some Spanish.
Or both.

HOURS:
Tue-Thursday, 9h-19h30.
Fri, 9h-14h30.
Sat, 9h-12h.
(closed Sundays).

More info here.

FREE ENTRY.

to Dec14 | PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT | Lisbon On Film | Chiado | FREE
Nov 22 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Dec14 | PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT | Lisbon On Film | Chiado | FREE @ Livraria Ferin | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

There’s no doubt about it: Lisbon is a very photogenic city.
Which is why its ever-increasing selfie-taking population remains a mystery…

Lisbon Analogue Photography is self-described as “a group of photographers in love with analog photography who decided to create a collective in Lisbon.”

Here’s what they humbly say about their new exhibit at Livraria Ferin:
“We are very proud to invite you all to our next exhibition, ‘Lisbon on Film!’ This exhibition is a tribute to the city of Lisbon captured through analog cameras.”

The seven photographers on display are:
Diana Goulão Marques (Portugal).
Francesca Faulin (Italy).
Joaquim De Oliveira Gonçalves (Portugal).
Nuno Correia (Portugal).
Nuno Domingues (Portugal).
Solenne Brugiroux (Tahiti).
Wojtek Scibor (Poland).

HOURS: Mon-Fri, 10h-19h.
Show up until Dec 14.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE
Nov 22 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE @ ESCOLA ARTÍSTICA ANTÓNIO ARROIO | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Living in exile can be tough, as some of Atas’ own self-exiled staff know…
Throughout Portugal’s version of the Trump era — i.e. the Estado Novo dictatorship — countless locals decided to pack up and go rather than stand by and watch, or worse.

Here’s how the organizers of #ECOS – Exílios, contrariar silêncios (“#ECHOES – Exiles, counteract silences”) describe this historical and all-too-relevant exhibit:

“This was an important flow of people in the history of Portugal. Men and women fleeing repression, imprisonment, the Colonial War, and poverty have come a long way, including those in many European countries. They went into exile in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark, etc..

The exhibition addresses the memory and material traces of these paths, from the clandestine “border jump” to the objects that marked everyday life, and those that came in the return bag.

Millions of people continue to travel the path of exile in search of refuge, home, and shelter. The stories #Echoes account also bring us to the present and let us think about building belonging places in Europe today.”

Show up daily, 10h-17h, until November 29th.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 29 | ART EXHIBIT | FACES Project by Elvira Carrasco | Santos | FREE
Nov 22 @ 14:00 – 19:00
to Nov 29 | ART EXHIBIT | FACES Project by Elvira Carrasco | Santos | FREE @ carrasco.art | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Elvira Carrasco is a 29-year-old artist and art historian originally from Spain. Her work has been exhibited all over the world, from New York to Tel Aviv.

Elvira has a thing for faces. Particularly, her own. She likes to put body paint on it, and then photograph it, thereby creating unique and diverse self-portraits.

Carrasco.art — a semi-new local art gallery opened by Pedro Carrasco, on a street that shares both his and Elvira’s name (chance or design?) — hosts Elvira’s solo show “FACES,” and adds this:

“She creates her own ritual, like our distant ancestors used to do, like some tribes still do. She works alone. Far from everyone. Distant from humankind. She prepares herself and she meditates. She is afraid. But at this precise moment, the energy comes and floods her body. Then the work flows with no more hesitations or doubts…

Elvira discovered her own way to communicate with others – using her own face as a canvas is her purpose.”

Check out Elvira’s work face to face until November 29th.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 26 | ACTIVIST PHOTO EXHIBIT | Through Our Eyes | Campo Mártires da Pátria | FREE
Nov 22 @ 15:00 – 19:30
to Nov 26 | ACTIVIST PHOTO EXHIBIT | Through Our Eyes | Campo Mártires da Pátria | FREE @ Galeria Monumental | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“No border should be more worthy of protection than a human life.”

That’s just one of the many mottos of HuBB – Humans Before Borders, a non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against the inhumane and illegal treatment of migrants and refugees.

This week, in honor of World Children’s Day, HuBB and Galeria Monumental present a photo exhibit by some youngsters who are probably not doing as well as you.

Here’s what they say about it:
“Since August 2019 there has been an enormous raise of migrants and refugees arrivals on Greek Islands (mainly Lesvos, Chios, and Samos).
Consequently, living conditions in the camps are getting worse every day, with increase in the tensions among the population.

The photography project “Through Our Eyes” shows the daily lives of asylum seekers living in the ‘hotspot’ camp on Samos Island, Greece, through their own eyes. Behind the camera, instead of reporters or journalists, we find teenage boys and girls who have been living in this camp for months.

The young photographers are students at the Mazi youth center, run by the NGO Still I Rise. Founded in June 2018 by Nicolò Govoni, Giulia Cicoli and Sarah Ruzek, Mazì provides informal education and psychosocial support for children aged 12 to 17 living in the camp.

The photos show us the daily reality and the emotional struggles of children trapped at the edge of Europe, at the mercy of geopolitical wranglings that take no account of their need to survive, to learn, to flourish, and grow.

During the week of the exhibition, Galeria Monumental will host talks, performances, and gatherings around this topic. We will be raising funds to support Still I Rise and their education program for children.”

FREE ENTRY (but, again, donations are welcome… for the kids).

to Nov 30 | ART EXHIBIT | Desvio by Cláudia Salgueiro | São Bento | FREE
Nov 22 @ 18:00 – 21:00
to Nov 30 | ART EXHIBIT | Desvio by Cláudia Salgueiro | São Bento | FREE @ Apaixonarte | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Apaixonar-te” is the Portuguese verb for falling in love, while “Arte” means… you guessed it — art.
And that’s how local art gallery APAIXONARTE (“falling in love with art,” roughly) got its name.

“Desvio” is the Portuguese word for “detour,” and also the name of the new solo show at APAIXONARTE by Porto-based artist Cláudia Salgueiro.
She describes it as follows:
“A set of drawings that aim to reflect on the act of walking, landscape, nature, body, and movement. Walking is the first and the most primitive way to travel. Like breathing, walking is defined as an unconscious act inherent to all of us.”

This November, why not take a walking detour and go breathe in some art?
Who knows, you might just fall in love…

The exhibition opens on Nov 8th, at 18h, and will be up until Nov 30th.

Gallery hours:
Mon-Fri – 12h-19h30.
Sat – 11h-16h (closed Sundays).

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0u_hJ34-ek[/embed]

to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE
Nov 22 @ 19:30 – 20:30
to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE @ PARALLEL Review | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

PARALLEL – a self-described “European Photo Based Platform” — presents its second cycle of the PARALLEL Review.
Six random days of events.
Seven ongoing photography exhibitions.
With seven new curators.
And sixteen new artists.
Guided tours, talks, workshops, meet-and-greets, and more.

With FREE ENTRY to all the parallel activities.

Here are some deets:

-Open Classes:
15 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (EN session)
Roisin White & Lexie Davis
Atelier de Lisboa: Rua João Saraiva 28A – 2º.

29 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (PT session)
Fábio Cunha & Bruno Humberto
PARALLEL Review: Rua do Centro Cultural 11

-Talks (speakers to be announced):
22 NOV – 15.00-
Photography: from School to the Art System.

22 NOV – 17.00-
Ways of Exhibiting: Photography and Curatorial Practices.

23 NOV – 15.00-
Forms, Practices, and Uses of the Image in the 21st Century.

23 NOV – 17.00-
Dissemination Methods: Exhibiting Circuits and Photography.

More deets, including artists on display, here.

FREE ENTRY.

MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE | Filme-Concerto: Aurora | Graça | FREE
Nov 22 @ 22:00 – 23:59
MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE | Filme-Concerto: Aurora | Graça | FREE @ Camones CineBar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Nuno Costa likes the guitar, while Óscar Graça prefers piano. But they both like music, and also share a passion for cinema.

Since 2005, when Nuno and Óscar attended the Berklee College of Music, the pair have collaborated with various audiovisual and multimedia directors and producers worldwide.

Their latest project — Filme-Concerto (“Movie-Concert”) — is described by Nuno like this:
“This project aims not only to try to modernize or update, but rather to revive basic films in the history of cinema.”

The latest film the duo are reviving is 1927’s Aurora (Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans) by F. W. Murnau, with Nuno on guitar and Óscar on piano and keyboards (and both on laptops).

Come to Camones CineBar this Friday for an audio-visual hisotrcially-modern treat.

Check out some of Nuno and Óscar’s previous videos here.

FREE ENTRY.

And here’s a trailer for Aurora.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rFDM53ovC8[/embed]

Nov
23
Sat
Weekly | MARKET | Feira da Ladra | Alfama | FREE
Nov 23 @ 08:00 – 18:00
Weekly | MARKET | Feira da Ladra | Alfama | FREE @ Feira da Ladra | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The biggest and still the best outdoor market in Lisbon, every Tuesday morning and Saturday pretty much all day. “Ladra” means “thief” – while you can get some nice artisanal jewelry, 17th-century tiles, copper pots, and vintage LPs, this is also THE market to replace your missing phone charger or stolen backpack, pick up some off-the-truck books, and haggle over Soviet gas masks. Best place for gramophones in Europe bar none.

Morning time is when things are particularly sketchy, if you like that sort of thing. By 9, it’s mostly very nice shoppers, very civilized and such. Bonus: excellent street musicians forming impromptu gypsy orchestras with some real class and skill.

Take 712, 734 and 28 Electrico tram, or go by taxi, who all know where it is.

to Nov 23 | SCULPTURE EXHIBIT | Across Space by Gonzalo Ramírez | Marques de Pombal | FREE
Nov 23 @ 09:00 – 19:30
to Nov 23 | SCULPTURE EXHIBIT | Across Space by Gonzalo Ramírez | Marques de Pombal | FREE @ Instituto Cervantes de Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Gonzalo Ramírez is an artist from Uruguay. He makes sculptures. His new show is entitled “Do outro lado do espaço” (“Across space,” roughly).

Spanish-language school Instituto Cervantes de Lisboa, hosts of Gonzalo’s new show, describe his stuff like this:
“His sculptures stand out for their studied proportions, their textures, and colors, and in each of them, one appreciates the aesthetics, harmony, and movement, showing a careful fabrication by letting the soul of the materials used give it a glimpse… an unmistakable personal touch.”

Go witness Gonzalo’s personal take on careful fabrication.
Or learn some Spanish.
Or both.

HOURS:
Tue-Thursday, 9h-19h30.
Fri, 9h-14h30.
Sat, 9h-12h.
(closed Sundays).

More info here.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE
Nov 23 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE @ ESCOLA ARTÍSTICA ANTÓNIO ARROIO | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Living in exile can be tough, as some of Atas’ own self-exiled staff know…
Throughout Portugal’s version of the Trump era — i.e. the Estado Novo dictatorship — countless locals decided to pack up and go rather than stand by and watch, or worse.

Here’s how the organizers of #ECOS – Exílios, contrariar silêncios (“#ECHOES – Exiles, counteract silences”) describe this historical and all-too-relevant exhibit:

“This was an important flow of people in the history of Portugal. Men and women fleeing repression, imprisonment, the Colonial War, and poverty have come a long way, including those in many European countries. They went into exile in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark, etc..

The exhibition addresses the memory and material traces of these paths, from the clandestine “border jump” to the objects that marked everyday life, and those that came in the return bag.

Millions of people continue to travel the path of exile in search of refuge, home, and shelter. The stories #Echoes account also bring us to the present and let us think about building belonging places in Europe today.”

Show up daily, 10h-17h, until November 29th.

FREE ENTRY.

ALL YEAR | GUIDED TOUR | Alfama and Mouraria Free Walking Tour | Rossio | FREE
Nov 23 @ 10:30 – 13:30
ALL YEAR | GUIDED TOUR | Alfama and Mouraria Free Walking Tour | Rossio | FREE @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS

The best way to experience history is to live it. That’s why our friends at Live History offer you an immersive three-hour glimpse into two of the most historical, oldest, and most alive neighborhoods in Lisbon: Mouraria and Alfama.
Free of charge.

The guides are enthusiastic, charming polyglots. They’re funny, welcome and respond thoughtfully to questions, intimidatingly knowledgeable, easy to follow (both on foot and in thought), and truly seem to care.
Also, their only pay is the love of their city and your tip at the end. Remember, these are locals and, despite what AirBnB might believe, need to live here too. So tip well if you feel you’ve lived some history!

What to know:
-You can pre-book a spot on our Marketplace. Or if you’re reading this the morning of, you could try to meet them at 10h30 by the statue at the center of Praça Dom Pedro IV, also known as Rossio square.
-The guides wear white Live History t-shirts, have white umbrellas, and are dressed up as Portuguese crusaders and navigators if you’re lucky.
-Available languages: English / Spanish (languages on demand: Portuguese / French / Czech / Slovak).
-These are free walking tours. Donations welcome at the end.
-Comfortable shoes and a water bottle are advisable.

Contact them if you need more info, or “if you feel the need for your own private tailor-made tour.”

And read Atlas‘ in-depth interview with Live History co-founder Jofre Correia here.

P.S.: If you’re worried about three hours up and down the eight (ask your guide) hills of Lisbon, we know for a fact that last August, in the sweltering heat, an American woman did the whole tour, effortlessly, with a smile on her face… a mere five days before giving birth.

to Nov 26 | ACTIVIST PHOTO EXHIBIT | Through Our Eyes | Campo Mártires da Pátria | FREE
Nov 23 @ 15:00 – 19:30
to Nov 26 | ACTIVIST PHOTO EXHIBIT | Through Our Eyes | Campo Mártires da Pátria | FREE @ Galeria Monumental | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“No border should be more worthy of protection than a human life.”

That’s just one of the many mottos of HuBB – Humans Before Borders, a non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against the inhumane and illegal treatment of migrants and refugees.

This week, in honor of World Children’s Day, HuBB and Galeria Monumental present a photo exhibit by some youngsters who are probably not doing as well as you.

Here’s what they say about it:
“Since August 2019 there has been an enormous raise of migrants and refugees arrivals on Greek Islands (mainly Lesvos, Chios, and Samos).
Consequently, living conditions in the camps are getting worse every day, with increase in the tensions among the population.

The photography project “Through Our Eyes” shows the daily lives of asylum seekers living in the ‘hotspot’ camp on Samos Island, Greece, through their own eyes. Behind the camera, instead of reporters or journalists, we find teenage boys and girls who have been living in this camp for months.

The young photographers are students at the Mazi youth center, run by the NGO Still I Rise. Founded in June 2018 by Nicolò Govoni, Giulia Cicoli and Sarah Ruzek, Mazì provides informal education and psychosocial support for children aged 12 to 17 living in the camp.

The photos show us the daily reality and the emotional struggles of children trapped at the edge of Europe, at the mercy of geopolitical wranglings that take no account of their need to survive, to learn, to flourish, and grow.

During the week of the exhibition, Galeria Monumental will host talks, performances, and gatherings around this topic. We will be raising funds to support Still I Rise and their education program for children.”

FREE ENTRY (but, again, donations are welcome… for the kids).

to Nov 30 | ART EXHIBIT | Desvio by Cláudia Salgueiro | São Bento | FREE
Nov 23 @ 18:00 – 21:00
to Nov 30 | ART EXHIBIT | Desvio by Cláudia Salgueiro | São Bento | FREE @ Apaixonarte | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Apaixonar-te” is the Portuguese verb for falling in love, while “Arte” means… you guessed it — art.
And that’s how local art gallery APAIXONARTE (“falling in love with art,” roughly) got its name.

“Desvio” is the Portuguese word for “detour,” and also the name of the new solo show at APAIXONARTE by Porto-based artist Cláudia Salgueiro.
She describes it as follows:
“A set of drawings that aim to reflect on the act of walking, landscape, nature, body, and movement. Walking is the first and the most primitive way to travel. Like breathing, walking is defined as an unconscious act inherent to all of us.”

This November, why not take a walking detour and go breathe in some art?
Who knows, you might just fall in love…

The exhibition opens on Nov 8th, at 18h, and will be up until Nov 30th.

Gallery hours:
Mon-Fri – 12h-19h30.
Sat – 11h-16h (closed Sundays).

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0u_hJ34-ek[/embed]

to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE
Nov 23 @ 19:30 – 20:30
to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE @ PARALLEL Review | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

PARALLEL – a self-described “European Photo Based Platform” — presents its second cycle of the PARALLEL Review.
Six random days of events.
Seven ongoing photography exhibitions.
With seven new curators.
And sixteen new artists.
Guided tours, talks, workshops, meet-and-greets, and more.

With FREE ENTRY to all the parallel activities.

Here are some deets:

-Open Classes:
15 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (EN session)
Roisin White & Lexie Davis
Atelier de Lisboa: Rua João Saraiva 28A – 2º.

29 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (PT session)
Fábio Cunha & Bruno Humberto
PARALLEL Review: Rua do Centro Cultural 11

-Talks (speakers to be announced):
22 NOV – 15.00-
Photography: from School to the Art System.

22 NOV – 17.00-
Ways of Exhibiting: Photography and Curatorial Practices.

23 NOV – 15.00-
Forms, Practices, and Uses of the Image in the 21st Century.

23 NOV – 17.00-
Dissemination Methods: Exhibiting Circuits and Photography.

More deets, including artists on display, here.

FREE ENTRY.

POETRY | Poetry Slam Sul #26 | Cacilhas | FREE
Nov 23 @ 21:30 – 23:59
POETRY | Poetry Slam Sul #26 | Cacilhas | FREE @ Ponto de Encontro | Almada | Setúbal | Portugal

“I would define … the Poetry of words as The Rhythmical Creation of Beauty.” Edgar Allan Poe.

Poetry Slam Sul (“Poetry Slam Sul”) returns for its 26th edition this Saturday. If you’re a fan of the art of the word, or a poet and know it, take the ferry south, across the Tagus river, and take part in The Rhythmical Creation of Beauty with some fellow wordsmiths; in other words, go Poe it.

Serv No One will be serving up tunes in between the words.

Those who impress will have the opportunity to participate in (and possibly win) PortugalSLAM – International Poetry and Performance Festival.

Registration for this Slam session is open via [email protected].

Learn the rules and what to expect here.

FREE ENTRY.

Weekly | DANCE PARTY | Caos no Sodré: Altamont Sessions | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Nov 23 @ 22:30 – Nov 24 @ 01:30
Weekly | DANCE PARTY | Caos no Sodré: Altamont Sessions | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ O Bom O Mau e O Vilão | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Saturday nights in Cais do Sodré can get quite chaotic. Trust us…
But that doesn’t mean that, amidst the chaos, you can’t find solace in some good music. Here’s what O Bom O Mau e O Vilão, the organizers of “Caos no Sodré,” say:
“Attention all Gunslingers: Altamont is pleased to present Rock as a fuse for a epic dancing night to the sound of The Beatles, The Stones, Hendrix, The Smiths, REM, Blur, Nirvana, Joy Division, The Clash, The Ramones, Arcade Fire, The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, among many others! This Saturday night will get more flavor with the new Jameson Ginger and Lime! Come and try it.”

We’re not sure about the “Jameson Ginger and Lime” bit, but the line-up definitely sounds to be in good order.

FREE ENTRY.

Nov
24
Sun
to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE
Nov 24 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE @ ESCOLA ARTÍSTICA ANTÓNIO ARROIO | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Living in exile can be tough, as some of Atas’ own self-exiled staff know…
Throughout Portugal’s version of the Trump era — i.e. the Estado Novo dictatorship — countless locals decided to pack up and go rather than stand by and watch, or worse.

Here’s how the organizers of #ECOS – Exílios, contrariar silêncios (“#ECHOES – Exiles, counteract silences”) describe this historical and all-too-relevant exhibit:

“This was an important flow of people in the history of Portugal. Men and women fleeing repression, imprisonment, the Colonial War, and poverty have come a long way, including those in many European countries. They went into exile in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark, etc..

The exhibition addresses the memory and material traces of these paths, from the clandestine “border jump” to the objects that marked everyday life, and those that came in the return bag.

Millions of people continue to travel the path of exile in search of refuge, home, and shelter. The stories #Echoes account also bring us to the present and let us think about building belonging places in Europe today.”

Show up daily, 10h-17h, until November 29th.

FREE ENTRY.

MARKET | Ferinha: Hand to Hand Clothing | Graça | FREE
Nov 24 @ 10:30 – 17:30
MARKET | Ferinha: Hand to Hand Clothing | Graça | FREE @ Camones CineBar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Judging by everywhere you look in town — not to mention abundant social media and real-life protest from the non-believers — Christmas Eve is right around the corner.

For this reason, Camones CineBar invites you for the second edition of its second-hand clothing market, aka Ferinha: Roupa de Mão em Mão, to find that last-minute, first-rate second-hand gifts. Or maybe even spice up your own wardrobe for 2020.

Here’s what they say:
“Just one month before Christmas Eve we are counting on you. What a privilege it is to bring the fair to you and make it fair for you … At a time when sharing, unity, solidarity, and awareness are red hot inside us, WILL YOU MISS OUT???”

Oh, and Merry Christmas, haters.

FREE ENTRY.

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Nov 24 @ 23:59 – Nov 25 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Nov
25
Mon
to Dec14 | PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT | Lisbon On Film | Chiado | FREE
Nov 25 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Dec14 | PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT | Lisbon On Film | Chiado | FREE @ Livraria Ferin | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

There’s no doubt about it: Lisbon is a very photogenic city.
Which is why its ever-increasing selfie-taking population remains a mystery…

Lisbon Analogue Photography is self-described as “a group of photographers in love with analog photography who decided to create a collective in Lisbon.”

Here’s what they humbly say about their new exhibit at Livraria Ferin:
“We are very proud to invite you all to our next exhibition, ‘Lisbon on Film!’ This exhibition is a tribute to the city of Lisbon captured through analog cameras.”

The seven photographers on display are:
Diana Goulão Marques (Portugal).
Francesca Faulin (Italy).
Joaquim De Oliveira Gonçalves (Portugal).
Nuno Correia (Portugal).
Nuno Domingues (Portugal).
Solenne Brugiroux (Tahiti).
Wojtek Scibor (Poland).

HOURS: Mon-Fri, 10h-19h.
Show up until Dec 14.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE
Nov 25 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE @ ESCOLA ARTÍSTICA ANTÓNIO ARROIO | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Living in exile can be tough, as some of Atas’ own self-exiled staff know…
Throughout Portugal’s version of the Trump era — i.e. the Estado Novo dictatorship — countless locals decided to pack up and go rather than stand by and watch, or worse.

Here’s how the organizers of #ECOS – Exílios, contrariar silêncios (“#ECHOES – Exiles, counteract silences”) describe this historical and all-too-relevant exhibit:

“This was an important flow of people in the history of Portugal. Men and women fleeing repression, imprisonment, the Colonial War, and poverty have come a long way, including those in many European countries. They went into exile in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark, etc..

The exhibition addresses the memory and material traces of these paths, from the clandestine “border jump” to the objects that marked everyday life, and those that came in the return bag.

Millions of people continue to travel the path of exile in search of refuge, home, and shelter. The stories #Echoes account also bring us to the present and let us think about building belonging places in Europe today.”

Show up daily, 10h-17h, until November 29th.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 29 | ART EXHIBIT | FACES Project by Elvira Carrasco | Santos | FREE
Nov 25 @ 14:00 – 19:00
to Nov 29 | ART EXHIBIT | FACES Project by Elvira Carrasco | Santos | FREE @ carrasco.art | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Elvira Carrasco is a 29-year-old artist and art historian originally from Spain. Her work has been exhibited all over the world, from New York to Tel Aviv.

Elvira has a thing for faces. Particularly, her own. She likes to put body paint on it, and then photograph it, thereby creating unique and diverse self-portraits.

Carrasco.art — a semi-new local art gallery opened by Pedro Carrasco, on a street that shares both his and Elvira’s name (chance or design?) — hosts Elvira’s solo show “FACES,” and adds this:

“She creates her own ritual, like our distant ancestors used to do, like some tribes still do. She works alone. Far from everyone. Distant from humankind. She prepares herself and she meditates. She is afraid. But at this precise moment, the energy comes and floods her body. Then the work flows with no more hesitations or doubts…

Elvira discovered her own way to communicate with others – using her own face as a canvas is her purpose.”

Check out Elvira’s work face to face until November 29th.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 30 | ART EXHIBIT | Desvio by Cláudia Salgueiro | São Bento | FREE
Nov 25 @ 18:00 – 21:00
to Nov 30 | ART EXHIBIT | Desvio by Cláudia Salgueiro | São Bento | FREE @ Apaixonarte | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Apaixonar-te” is the Portuguese verb for falling in love, while “Arte” means… you guessed it — art.
And that’s how local art gallery APAIXONARTE (“falling in love with art,” roughly) got its name.

“Desvio” is the Portuguese word for “detour,” and also the name of the new solo show at APAIXONARTE by Porto-based artist Cláudia Salgueiro.
She describes it as follows:
“A set of drawings that aim to reflect on the act of walking, landscape, nature, body, and movement. Walking is the first and the most primitive way to travel. Like breathing, walking is defined as an unconscious act inherent to all of us.”

This November, why not take a walking detour and go breathe in some art?
Who knows, you might just fall in love…

The exhibition opens on Nov 8th, at 18h, and will be up until Nov 30th.

Gallery hours:
Mon-Fri – 12h-19h30.
Sat – 11h-16h (closed Sundays).

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0u_hJ34-ek[/embed]

Nov
26
Tue
Weekly | MARKET | Feira da Ladra | Alfama | FREE
Nov 26 @ 08:00 – 18:00
Weekly | MARKET | Feira da Ladra | Alfama | FREE @ Feira da Ladra | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The biggest and still the best outdoor market in Lisbon, every Tuesday morning and Saturday pretty much all day. “Ladra” means “thief” – while you can get some nice artisanal jewelry, 17th-century tiles, copper pots, and vintage LPs, this is also THE market to replace your missing phone charger or stolen backpack, pick up some off-the-truck books, and haggle over Soviet gas masks. Best place for gramophones in Europe bar none.

Morning time is when things are particularly sketchy, if you like that sort of thing. By 9, it’s mostly very nice shoppers, very civilized and such. Bonus: excellent street musicians forming impromptu gypsy orchestras with some real class and skill.

Take 712, 734 and 28 Electrico tram, or go by taxi, who all know where it is.

to Dec14 | PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT | Lisbon On Film | Chiado | FREE
Nov 26 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Dec14 | PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT | Lisbon On Film | Chiado | FREE @ Livraria Ferin | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

There’s no doubt about it: Lisbon is a very photogenic city.
Which is why its ever-increasing selfie-taking population remains a mystery…

Lisbon Analogue Photography is self-described as “a group of photographers in love with analog photography who decided to create a collective in Lisbon.”

Here’s what they humbly say about their new exhibit at Livraria Ferin:
“We are very proud to invite you all to our next exhibition, ‘Lisbon on Film!’ This exhibition is a tribute to the city of Lisbon captured through analog cameras.”

The seven photographers on display are:
Diana Goulão Marques (Portugal).
Francesca Faulin (Italy).
Joaquim De Oliveira Gonçalves (Portugal).
Nuno Correia (Portugal).
Nuno Domingues (Portugal).
Solenne Brugiroux (Tahiti).
Wojtek Scibor (Poland).

HOURS: Mon-Fri, 10h-19h.
Show up until Dec 14.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE
Nov 26 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE @ ESCOLA ARTÍSTICA ANTÓNIO ARROIO | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Living in exile can be tough, as some of Atas’ own self-exiled staff know…
Throughout Portugal’s version of the Trump era — i.e. the Estado Novo dictatorship — countless locals decided to pack up and go rather than stand by and watch, or worse.

Here’s how the organizers of #ECOS – Exílios, contrariar silêncios (“#ECHOES – Exiles, counteract silences”) describe this historical and all-too-relevant exhibit:

“This was an important flow of people in the history of Portugal. Men and women fleeing repression, imprisonment, the Colonial War, and poverty have come a long way, including those in many European countries. They went into exile in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark, etc..

The exhibition addresses the memory and material traces of these paths, from the clandestine “border jump” to the objects that marked everyday life, and those that came in the return bag.

Millions of people continue to travel the path of exile in search of refuge, home, and shelter. The stories #Echoes account also bring us to the present and let us think about building belonging places in Europe today.”

Show up daily, 10h-17h, until November 29th.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 29 | ART EXHIBIT | FACES Project by Elvira Carrasco | Santos | FREE
Nov 26 @ 14:00 – 19:00
to Nov 29 | ART EXHIBIT | FACES Project by Elvira Carrasco | Santos | FREE @ carrasco.art | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Elvira Carrasco is a 29-year-old artist and art historian originally from Spain. Her work has been exhibited all over the world, from New York to Tel Aviv.

Elvira has a thing for faces. Particularly, her own. She likes to put body paint on it, and then photograph it, thereby creating unique and diverse self-portraits.

Carrasco.art — a semi-new local art gallery opened by Pedro Carrasco, on a street that shares both his and Elvira’s name (chance or design?) — hosts Elvira’s solo show “FACES,” and adds this:

“She creates her own ritual, like our distant ancestors used to do, like some tribes still do. She works alone. Far from everyone. Distant from humankind. She prepares herself and she meditates. She is afraid. But at this precise moment, the energy comes and floods her body. Then the work flows with no more hesitations or doubts…

Elvira discovered her own way to communicate with others – using her own face as a canvas is her purpose.”

Check out Elvira’s work face to face until November 29th.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 26 | ACTIVIST PHOTO EXHIBIT | Through Our Eyes | Campo Mártires da Pátria | FREE
Nov 26 @ 15:00 – 19:30
to Nov 26 | ACTIVIST PHOTO EXHIBIT | Through Our Eyes | Campo Mártires da Pátria | FREE @ Galeria Monumental | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“No border should be more worthy of protection than a human life.”

That’s just one of the many mottos of HuBB – Humans Before Borders, a non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against the inhumane and illegal treatment of migrants and refugees.

This week, in honor of World Children’s Day, HuBB and Galeria Monumental present a photo exhibit by some youngsters who are probably not doing as well as you.

Here’s what they say about it:
“Since August 2019 there has been an enormous raise of migrants and refugees arrivals on Greek Islands (mainly Lesvos, Chios, and Samos).
Consequently, living conditions in the camps are getting worse every day, with increase in the tensions among the population.

The photography project “Through Our Eyes” shows the daily lives of asylum seekers living in the ‘hotspot’ camp on Samos Island, Greece, through their own eyes. Behind the camera, instead of reporters or journalists, we find teenage boys and girls who have been living in this camp for months.

The young photographers are students at the Mazi youth center, run by the NGO Still I Rise. Founded in June 2018 by Nicolò Govoni, Giulia Cicoli and Sarah Ruzek, Mazì provides informal education and psychosocial support for children aged 12 to 17 living in the camp.

The photos show us the daily reality and the emotional struggles of children trapped at the edge of Europe, at the mercy of geopolitical wranglings that take no account of their need to survive, to learn, to flourish, and grow.

During the week of the exhibition, Galeria Monumental will host talks, performances, and gatherings around this topic. We will be raising funds to support Still I Rise and their education program for children.”

FREE ENTRY (but, again, donations are welcome… for the kids).

to Nov 30 | ART EXHIBIT | Desvio by Cláudia Salgueiro | São Bento | FREE
Nov 26 @ 18:00 – 21:00
to Nov 30 | ART EXHIBIT | Desvio by Cláudia Salgueiro | São Bento | FREE @ Apaixonarte | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Apaixonar-te” is the Portuguese verb for falling in love, while “Arte” means… you guessed it — art.
And that’s how local art gallery APAIXONARTE (“falling in love with art,” roughly) got its name.

“Desvio” is the Portuguese word for “detour,” and also the name of the new solo show at APAIXONARTE by Porto-based artist Cláudia Salgueiro.
She describes it as follows:
“A set of drawings that aim to reflect on the act of walking, landscape, nature, body, and movement. Walking is the first and the most primitive way to travel. Like breathing, walking is defined as an unconscious act inherent to all of us.”

This November, why not take a walking detour and go breathe in some art?
Who knows, you might just fall in love…

The exhibition opens on Nov 8th, at 18h, and will be up until Nov 30th.

Gallery hours:
Mon-Fri – 12h-19h30.
Sat – 11h-16h (closed Sundays).

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0u_hJ34-ek[/embed]

CONCERT | Badan at Pensão Amor | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Nov 26 @ 22:00 – 23:30
CONCERT | Badan at Pensão Amor | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Pensão Amor | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Mariana Badan, aka Badan, is originally from Cuiabá, Brazil. Badan has been making some serious noise here in Lisbon for a year and a half now, lending her chops to and collaborating with dozens of musicians of all genres.

This coming Tuesday, everybody’s favorite former whorehouse-turned-danceclub and bar above Pink Street — aka Pensão Amor — invites Badan for an intimate live show. And you’re invited too.

Here’s how they describe their guest of honor:
“In her performances, she mixes theater, expansion, melody, and a lot of catastrophe.”

Inticing…

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a peek.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1HiyUK3D9M&t=96s[/embed]

Weekly | SHORT FILMS | Shortcutz | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Nov 26 @ 22:00
Weekly | SHORT FILMS |  Shortcutz | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ O Bom, o Mau e o Vilão | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Every Tuesday night, at the renowned bar O Bom O Mau e O Vilão, you have the opportunity to watch at least three short films, always presented by their production teams.

See the program on their FB page.

 

Nov
27
Wed
to Dec14 | PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT | Lisbon On Film | Chiado | FREE
Nov 27 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Dec14 | PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT | Lisbon On Film | Chiado | FREE @ Livraria Ferin | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

There’s no doubt about it: Lisbon is a very photogenic city.
Which is why its ever-increasing selfie-taking population remains a mystery…

Lisbon Analogue Photography is self-described as “a group of photographers in love with analog photography who decided to create a collective in Lisbon.”

Here’s what they humbly say about their new exhibit at Livraria Ferin:
“We are very proud to invite you all to our next exhibition, ‘Lisbon on Film!’ This exhibition is a tribute to the city of Lisbon captured through analog cameras.”

The seven photographers on display are:
Diana Goulão Marques (Portugal).
Francesca Faulin (Italy).
Joaquim De Oliveira Gonçalves (Portugal).
Nuno Correia (Portugal).
Nuno Domingues (Portugal).
Solenne Brugiroux (Tahiti).
Wojtek Scibor (Poland).

HOURS: Mon-Fri, 10h-19h.
Show up until Dec 14.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE
Nov 27 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Nov 29 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | #ECOS: Exiles, counteract silences | Olaias | FREE @ ESCOLA ARTÍSTICA ANTÓNIO ARROIO | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Living in exile can be tough, as some of Atas’ own self-exiled staff know…
Throughout Portugal’s version of the Trump era — i.e. the Estado Novo dictatorship — countless locals decided to pack up and go rather than stand by and watch, or worse.

Here’s how the organizers of #ECOS – Exílios, contrariar silêncios (“#ECHOES – Exiles, counteract silences”) describe this historical and all-too-relevant exhibit:

“This was an important flow of people in the history of Portugal. Men and women fleeing repression, imprisonment, the Colonial War, and poverty have come a long way, including those in many European countries. They went into exile in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark, etc..

The exhibition addresses the memory and material traces of these paths, from the clandestine “border jump” to the objects that marked everyday life, and those that came in the return bag.

Millions of people continue to travel the path of exile in search of refuge, home, and shelter. The stories #Echoes account also bring us to the present and let us think about building belonging places in Europe today.”

Show up daily, 10h-17h, until November 29th.

FREE ENTRY.

to Dec 23 | ART EXHIBIT | Mara Castilho: The Empty of My Soul | Chiado | FREE
Nov 27 @ 11:00 – 19:00
to Dec 23 | ART EXHIBIT |  Mara Castilho: The Empty of My Soul | Chiado | FREE @ Ocupart | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Mara Castilho is a multi-talented multimedia artist who spends her days between London, Lisbon, and Rio de Janeiro.

Here’s what some art critics have said about her work: “… Castilho’s art puts us on the path of complete destruction and suspends us in time – it offers pure pleasure without real death.” Lapiz Art Magazine (SPAIN).

“Mara Castilho’s Installation ‘Absence II’ has the power, simplicity, and beauty that bring artists such as Bill Viola to mind… ” New York Arts Magazine (USA).

And here’s what Occupart, the latest gallery to have its walls lined with Mara’s stuff, say: “In her solo show O Vazio da Minha Alma (The empty of my soul), Mara exposes painted and embroidered photographs. Emptiness and loss haunt these works. Between black, white, and gold, Castilho exhibits images that navigate between beauty and the ugly, pain and love, emptiness and ruin, life and death.”

Refreshingly uplifting, no?
Come see how Mara fills the void.

INAUGURATION:
Wed, Nov 27, 18h30-21h30.

GALLERY HOURS:
Mon-Fri, 11h-19h.

Show up through Dec 23.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 29 | ART EXHIBIT | FACES Project by Elvira Carrasco | Santos | FREE
Nov 27 @ 14:00 – 19:00
to Nov 29 | ART EXHIBIT | FACES Project by Elvira Carrasco | Santos | FREE @ carrasco.art | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Elvira Carrasco is a 29-year-old artist and art historian originally from Spain. Her work has been exhibited all over the world, from New York to Tel Aviv.

Elvira has a thing for faces. Particularly, her own. She likes to put body paint on it, and then photograph it, thereby creating unique and diverse self-portraits.

Carrasco.art — a semi-new local art gallery opened by Pedro Carrasco, on a street that shares both his and Elvira’s name (chance or design?) — hosts Elvira’s solo show “FACES,” and adds this:

“She creates her own ritual, like our distant ancestors used to do, like some tribes still do. She works alone. Far from everyone. Distant from humankind. She prepares herself and she meditates. She is afraid. But at this precise moment, the energy comes and floods her body. Then the work flows with no more hesitations or doubts…

Elvira discovered her own way to communicate with others – using her own face as a canvas is her purpose.”

Check out Elvira’s work face to face until November 29th.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 30 | ART EXHIBIT | Desvio by Cláudia Salgueiro | São Bento | FREE
Nov 27 @ 18:00 – 21:00
to Nov 30 | ART EXHIBIT | Desvio by Cláudia Salgueiro | São Bento | FREE @ Apaixonarte | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Apaixonar-te” is the Portuguese verb for falling in love, while “Arte” means… you guessed it — art.
And that’s how local art gallery APAIXONARTE (“falling in love with art,” roughly) got its name.

“Desvio” is the Portuguese word for “detour,” and also the name of the new solo show at APAIXONARTE by Porto-based artist Cláudia Salgueiro.
She describes it as follows:
“A set of drawings that aim to reflect on the act of walking, landscape, nature, body, and movement. Walking is the first and the most primitive way to travel. Like breathing, walking is defined as an unconscious act inherent to all of us.”

This November, why not take a walking detour and go breathe in some art?
Who knows, you might just fall in love…

The exhibition opens on Nov 8th, at 18h, and will be up until Nov 30th.

Gallery hours:
Mon-Fri – 12h-19h30.
Sat – 11h-16h (closed Sundays).

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0u_hJ34-ek[/embed]

Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Nov 27 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE
Nov 27 @ 18:00 – 22:00
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE @ Disgraça | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

DIY has become a vague term in recent years. After all, we’re all in it together, right? Moreover, big business is all about buzzwords…
Nevertheless, with minimum wage persistently low and rent increasingly high, the times are riper than ever for some good old-fashioned do-it-yourself fun.
Disgraça, one of Lisbon’s best little-known venues for, among other things, light vegan dinners and heavy punk rock shows, is a pretty good definition of DIY (read their story here). That’s why every Wednesday they are hosting “DIY-day.” We’ll let them do the rest:
“We bring two really good things together – creating stuff AND hanging out with nice people.
Drop in any Wednesday from 18h!
Bring your own material!
NO DINNER but the bar is open and we will also provide some snacks.
To begin with, we will just learn from each other and so on, but in the future, there may be some workshops… bring your ideas!”

FREE ENTRY.

Nov
28
Thu
to Dec14 | PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT | Lisbon On Film | Chiado | FREE
Nov 28 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Dec14 | PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT | Lisbon On Film | Chiado | FREE @ Livraria Ferin | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

There’s no doubt about it: Lisbon is a very photogenic city.
Which is why its ever-increasing selfie-taking population remains a mystery…

Lisbon Analogue Photography is self-described as “a group of photographers in love with analog photography who decided to create a collective in Lisbon.”

Here’s what they humbly say about their new exhibit at Livraria Ferin:
“We are very proud to invite you all to our next exhibition, ‘Lisbon on Film!’ This exhibition is a tribute to the city of Lisbon captured through analog cameras.”

The seven photographers on display are:
Diana Goulão Marques (Portugal).
Francesca Faulin (Italy).
Joaquim De Oliveira Gonçalves (Portugal).
Nuno Correia (Portugal).
Nuno Domingues (Portugal).
Solenne Brugiroux (Tahiti).
Wojtek Scibor (Poland).

HOURS: Mon-Fri, 10h-19h.
Show up until Dec 14.

FREE ENTRY.

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