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Augusto Brázio is participating in the group exhibition “Micropolitics” at the Center for Archaeology and Arts in Beja, which can be seen until July 27th. It features works by 28 artists from the State Contemporary Art Collection, curated by Fernando J. Ribeiro and Sandra Vieira Jürgens.

The exhibition includes works by André Guedes, Ângela Ferreira, António Olaio, Augusto Brázio, Carla Filipe, Carlos Correia, Catarina Simão, Délio Jasse, Edgar Martins, Eugenio Dittborn, Filipa César, Gonçalo Preto, Isabel Cordovil, Jannis Kounellis, João Louro, John Baldessari, Julião Sarmento, Luísa Cunha, Nuno Nunes-Ferreira, Patrícia Almeida, Paula Rego, Paulo Catrica, Pedro Amaral, Pedro Barateiro, Pedro Cabral Santo, René Bertholo, Shirin Neshat, Txomin Badiola.

As part of the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the April 25th revolution, this exhibition presents a combination of artistic practices focused on constructing communal spheres, revealing how artists take a stand and address pressing issues of their time. Thus, the exhibition is organized around four themes that intersect at various points: questions of identity and gender; the relationship between public and private spheres; the intersection of politics and labor; colonialism and geopolitics.

Bringing together more than 30 works, the exhibition continues the CACE’s circulation program throughout the national territory and presents a broad set of recent acquisitions made by the Commission for the Acquisition of Contemporary Art, displayed for the first time to the public, alongside other works from its collection by national and international authors.

Resulting from a partnership between the Museums and Monuments of Portugal and the Municipality of Beja, the exhibition is organized and jointly collaborated by the Center for Archaeology and Arts of Beja and the CACE.

Co-production: Museums and Monuments of Portugal and Municipality of Beja

Organizing Entities: CACE and Center for Archaeology and Arts of Beja

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