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Guided Tours - Nature Abhors a Straight Line

Gabriela Albergaria

Guided Tours - Nature Abhors a Straight Line

Gabriela Albergaria

© Renato Cruz Santos.
© Renato Cruz Santos.
© Renato Cruz Santos.

Since the 1990s, the work of the artist Gabriela Albergaria (Vale de Cambra, 1965) has focused on understanding the acculturation of the landscape and nature through the migratory processes and globalisation that began in the fifteenth century. In the multiple typologies that she uses (sculpture, installation, works conceived for the public space, drawing and photography), the recording of the transformations of the landscape through human activity, the modification of ecosystems through the importation of plant species and the history of the domestication of nature, which lay behind the botanical gardens constructed in the eighteenth century, she has been establishing a coherent and systematic body of work.

This exhibition maps the different moments of her journey, which, besides existing works, includes the conception of new projects, offering us an overview of her activity in the last 15 years. The starting point is the installation that the artist exhibited at the CCB, in 2005 (an enormous tree displaying a violent grafting process), passing through the works that she has produced in Germany, Chile, Brazil and the United Kingdom, where she now resides.

© Henri Robideau.

10 OCT 2020

7 NOV 2020

11 NOV 2020

14 NOV 2020

18 NOV 2020

21 NOV 2020

25 NOV 2020

28 NOV 2020

2 DEC 2020

5 DEC 2020

9 DEC 2020

12 DEC 2020

16 DEC 2020

19 DEC 2020

Gallery
3€

18:00

*CURFEW SCHEDULE SAT AND HOLIDAYS

10:00 

Público geral

5€ (compra antecipada obrigatória)

Visitas escolas

Entrada gratuita, mediante reserva obrigatória (escolas até 12º ano) 
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Lisboa Capital Verde Europeia

Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, following ACT - Art, Climate, Transition project

ACT Art Climate Transition
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