With the pandemic, Thomas Mendonça was no longer able to fulfill his work routines – sometimes due to the vegetative state, panic, alertness, contingency, sometimes due to the state of calamity or emergency. Because he “died” of emptiness, he started to paint. He preserved himself and took the time, modestly, to paint portraits in acrylic on all the packages of ice cream, pizzas, and cereals that the quarantine provided for him.
Now, Thomas has a new solo painting exhibit.
Check it out until January 17th, or before/ after the next lockdown.