Entre outras coisas

5 Jun
copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Nice signage

What’s this (above)? you’re thinking… well, it’s the way in which works of art and design have been sign-posted at Il·lacions Gallery for a new exhibition, called Entre outras coisas, and which has its grand opening this evening (at 7.30pm, on Carrer Notariat 3, Barcelona).

copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Joao Fazenda – As coisas nas puntas dos dedos

Four artists from Portugal – whose work is related to fashion, design, illustration and photography – will be showing the pieces they created for this project, which is based on the poems contained in the book called “As coisas”  by Inês Fonseca Santos.

copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Maria Ana Vasco Costa – As coisas queimadas

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Ricardo Dourado – As coisas partidas

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Pedro Macedo – As coisas de ninguem

I really like the illustrations (which you can see further up) and the photographs, which I think are very atmospheric and beautiful. But why don’t you come and see for yourself?

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Pedro Macedo – As coisas de ninguem :: 2

Entre outras coisas will be at Il·lacions until the 9th of June – don’t miss it!!

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Pedro Macedo – As coisas de ninguem :: 3

*** Unfortunately, Il·lacions closed its doors in the Summer of 2012. New projects are in the making – as soon as I have news, I will let you know via the Cute Suite blog!

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