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Dates / Schedules

Temporary exhibition

May 5th – September 22nd, 2024 Performance: 5 May, 12 noon.
End of the "Construction Site" phase: 2 June, 12 noon.
Opening of the exhibition "REMNANTS, TRACES, AND MARKS": 19 June, 7 pm.

Exhibition

Exhibition

Introspective is a retroprospective of the body of (and in the) work of João Fiadeiro that will take place in the galleries of the Museum of Contemporary Art and in the theatres of the CCB.
In the Museum, the project will occupy three galleries and consist of two parts. In the first, during the month of May, the central curatorial axis will be the concept of “construction site.” The exhibition setup will be accessible to visitors and transformed into a daily happening, with presentations of dramaturgical and choreographic devices, real-time compositions and improvisations, re-enactments, open classes, and guided tours. In a second phase, starting from 19 June, at 7 pm, visitors will have access to the exhibition RESTOS, RASTROS E TRAÇOS [REMNANTS, TRACES, AND MARKS], which, as the name indicates, will host what has “remained behind” from the live experiences and experimentations of the first part of the event; and to the art installation I AM (not) HERE, based on Fiadeiro’s work I AM HERE (premiered in 2004 at CCB), which in turn was inspired by the imagery of visual artist Helena Almeida. Finally, this second phase will feature a dedicated room showcasing various objects collaboratively created by João Fiadeiro and artists with whom he has crossed paths over the past thirty years.
At CCB, specifically in the Black Box and the Small Auditorium, between 21 June and 6 July, DAR CORPO [TO EMBODY] will be presented. As the title indicates, this programme will consist of a selection of pieces from João Fiadeiro’s repertoire to be performed by himself, guest artists, and performers from new generations.

 

“Construction Site” phase – “Composition in Real Time” sessions
Sundays, 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th May, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Free admission

Live performances at the museum
From Thursday to Saturday, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, until June 1st

End of the “Construction Site” phase – Performance Where does the light go when it’s gone?, by Gustavo Sumpta
Sunday, 2 June, 12:00 noon.
Free admission

João Fiadeiro and Gustavo Sumpta collaborated for much of the 2000s, bound by an absolutely radical demand for the precision of gesture, a dizzying attraction to the void, and the unwavering belief that if they persist (if they do not try to escape), if they confront what unsettles them head-on (if they do not try to escape), if they accept their mortal condition (if they do not try to escape), sooner or later, a vital gesture will break through the crust of the mundane.

 

Between June 3rd and 19th, the “construction site” (museum galleries) will be closed for the set up of the exhibition REMNANTS, TRACES, AND MARKS, which opens on 19 June, at 7:00 pm. Free admission.

Opening hours

From Tuesday to Sunday | 10:00 am to 7:00 pm (last admission at 6:30 pm)
Closed on Monday
Free admission every Sunday until 2:00 pm for residents in Portugal*

Prices and Discounts

Discounts

Discounts

  • Visitors from 7 to 18 years old
  • Students
  • Visitors over 65 years old
  • Visitors with reduced mobility

 

Other discounts

20% — Lisboa Card

Free admission

  • Children up to 6 years old
  • Every Sunday until 2 p.m. for residents in Portugal*
  • CCB Card
  • Unemployed
  • ICOM Members
  • Former combatant
  • Widow or widower of former combatant

 

* Residents in Portugal

Upon presentation of a Citizen Card of the Portuguese Republic.
If you do not have a Citizen Card of the Portuguese Republic, you must present an identification document and one of the following residence certificates:

  • registration certificate for EU/EEA/Swiss citizen
  • certificate of permanent residence for EU/EEA/Swiss citizens
  • the residence permit for citizens of third countries

Partners

Patron MAC/CCB

Image and Multimedia Partner

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