Revolution My Body: Ernesto de Sousa's retrospective
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, March 5th to April 26th, 1998.
Commissioned by Helena de Freitas and Miguel Wandschneider. Catalogue with texts by the curators, José Mirand Justo and Margarida Medeiros. The exhibition features João Paulo Feliciano's installation Revolution My Mind, which uses 800 photographic swiper-slides by Ernesto de Sousa.
This exhibition - which presents Ernesto de Sousa contact sheets from the 1970s - allows us to understand how he learned to use photography as a tool to explore some of his fundamental concerns: the permanent collaborative spirit (it’s no accident that many of the "motifs" represented
on the tribute to Ernesto de Sousa by the Cerveira Art Biennial Foundation - ---- -------ERNESTO DE SOUSA: “THE RIGHT HAND DOES NOT KNOW WHAT THE LEFT HAND IS DOING ... .." - ------- Curator: Paula Pinto------- ------- XIX Bienal de Cerveira, Vila Nova de Cerveira - A word about photography... it is
19 May-3 September 2017The Promised Land – Requiem para Vilarinho das Furnas, 1979 integrates "The Accidental Photographer Serialism and Experimentation in Portugal, 1968-1980", curated by Delfim Sardo. This exhibition is an attempt to map the critical and conceptual use of photography by
Reinterpretation of the "mixed media" Almada, um Nome de Guerra of Ernesto Sousa, composed of several film and slide projections simultaneously and by an elaborate sound component, which combines the music of Jorge Peixinho with the voice of Almada Negreiros. This mixed-media can be seen for the second time at the