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Itinerant Exhibitions

The Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art aims to be an important reference for contemporary art in Portugal, and also constitute an active element within the international art community. Ensuring that the collection is accessible outside Serralves is therefore reflected in a rich and diverse programme of itinerant exhibitions and international co-productions:
- via itinerant exhibitions in Portugal conducted through partnerships with municipalities across the country, Serralves fosters an extension of the access network and enables local populations to draw closer to art and culture;
- via international co-productions with foreign cultural institutions, Serralves actively participates in international museums networks that are committed to fostering culture and ensuring its development around the world.


Itinerant Exhibitions
BODY, ABSTRACTION AND LANGUAGE IN PORTUGUESE ART: DEPOSITS FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR CULTURE IN THE SERRALVES COLLECTIONThis exhibition presents a selection of works belonging to the Secretary of State for Culture (SEC) that...
Que sais-je? is the world's most famous pocket encyclopaedia. Founded in 1941, this collection of books is designed to introduce the general public into a wide variety of different areas. Since it was founded in 1941 it h...
Alvess is the artistic name of Manuel Alves (Viseu, 1939 — Paris, 2009), who lived the majority of his life in Paris, where he decided to add an ‘s’ to his name — surrendering ironically to the way that it was pronounced b...
Fernando Lanhas (Porto, 1923—2012), like all architects, wanted to understand the geometry of the world. His academic training helped him in this aim as much as the fact of being a painter, designer, archaeologist, palaeontologi...
In the 1960s and 1970s, there was a paradigm shift in artistic styles, including the field of sculpture, as highlighted in this exhibition of works by Ângelo de Sousa, João Machado and Zulmiro de Carvalho.Held in the Palácio da...
JOSÉ PEDRO CROFT: FROM ONE SIDE TO THE OTHER SCULPTURES, DRAWINGS AND ENGRAVINGS FROM THE SERRALVES COLLECTION‘From One Side to the Other’ features 15 works from the Serralves Collection covering the most relevant periods of...

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