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to May 28 | GROUP ART SHOW | Underdogs 4 Years | Príncipe Real | FREE
May 12, 2017 @ 11:00 - 20:00
An event every day that begins at 11:00, repeating until May 28, 2017
By now legendary in Lisbon and around the world, Lisbon’s Underdogs gallery is hosting its “4 Years” show in a temporary location in Príncipe Real. The exhibit features works from MaisMenos±, Atlas favorite Add Fuel, AkaCorleone, André da Loba, Clemens Behr, Cyrcle, Estúdio Pedrita, Felipe Pantone, Finok, Francisco Vidal, Maria Imaginário, Okuda San Miguel, Olivier Kosta-Théfaine and Wasted Rita, as well as the launch of the book Underdogs.
May 12 is the opening-night party, from 19h to 22h.
From the organizers:
Taking advantage of the renovation works in progress at Underdogs Gallery, we have the pleasure to announce the group exhibition “Underdogs” in a temporary space in Príncipe Real, Lisbon, that seeks to reflect on the gallery’s mission and the work of several of the artists we have been exhibiting over the last four years.
To mark the occasion we’re launching the book Underdogs, which takes stock of the platform’s years of activity in its three main fields of operation: Gallery, Public Art Programme, and Editions. A work signed by Pauline Foessel and Miguel Moore, with graphic design by João M. Machado.
Aproveitando as obras de renovação em curso na Galeria Underdogs, temos o prazer de anunciar a exposição colectiva “Underdogs” num espaço temporário no Príncipe Real, em Lisboa, que faz uma reflexão sobre a missão da galeria e o trabalho de vários dos artistas que temos exposto ao longo dos últimos quatro anos.
Para assinalar a ocasião iremos lançar o livro “Underdogs”, que faz o balanço dos anos de actividade da plataforma nas suas três principais áreas de actuação: Galeria, Programa de Arte Pública e Edições. Uma obra assinada por Pauline Foessel e Miguel Moore, com desenho gráfico de João M. Machado.