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Dienstag, 31. Oktober 2017

BINNAR ARTS FESTIVAL - CASA-MUSEUM SOLEDADE MALVAR "HOMESICKNESS"

BINNAR

The BINNAR arts festival will be held for the second time in the city of Vila Nova de Famalicão, between November 10 and 24, 2017. Among music, performance, photography, theater, video, sculpture, image or urges pass through the city, whether in exhibition, with live performances, in residence and / or to coordinate projects and workshops. The festival, supported by the City Council, has added several partnerships and different spaces of the city and the county (museums, galleries, foundations, schools and others) to present a program that joins free artist in all events and activities.

HOMESICKNESS
CASA-MUSEUM SOLEDADE MALVAR ... 10-24 NOV. 2017.

Av. 25 de Abril 104, 4760-101 Vila Nova de Famalicão, Portugal
Tuesday to Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

HOMESICKNESS Collective exhibition with: Ana Cláudia Silva, André Macedo, Diego Bernaschina, Fátima Abreu Ferreira, Gian Cruz, Hugo Pereira, Johannes Gerard, Juan Alberto Negroni + Iván Antonio Negroni, Kushtrim Zeqiri, Mar Paul Wiersbinski and Rogério Ribeiro
Starting from the thematic suggestion "homesickness", several perspectives of different creators open up. More than an exhibition of photography or video, it is a grouping of personal visions, as many as their number. Images. Better here we will speak of statements and non-literal works, because neither the curative look can be allowed to be conditioned to something hermetic, since the concept opens up, making itself comprehensible. Everything here forces a second look and the opening of seeing the other

Far Distance 
The semi nakeness of the woman is a metaphor for how vulnarble we are when missing home and nobody to share our thoughts 

Memories
The photo leaves it open if it is a arrival or leaving. The suitcases and
bags don´t show their secret inside. Just closed up as memories and the feelings of missing home  




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