The exhibition – a co-production between FLAD and the EDP Foundation/MAAT – is part of a vast archive launched in 1986, comprised mostly of drawings, and includes painting, photography, and sculpture. These works establish dialogues and tensions, invoke diverse socio-historic frameworks, and represent the Portuguese artistic scene since the 80s, as well as a generation of artists that values interdisciplinarity.”
Celebrating 35 years of history for the Luso-American Development Foundation, chargé d’affaires Kristin M. Kane visited the exhibition “Feast. Fury. Femina.” – Works from FLAD’s Collection that marks this anniversary and highlights 228 contemporary works of art from the collection.
“The exhibition Feast. Fury. Femina. – Works from FLAD´s Collection marks the Luso-American Development Foundation’s 35th anniversary and is almost exclusively composed of works by Portuguese artists.
Feast. Fury. Femina. is the largest exhibition ever organized using the Foundation´s collection – it contains 228 pieces selected by the curators António Pinto Ribeiro and Sandra Vieira Jürgens, from the 1000 which make up the collection.
This exhibition is open to the public and can be visited until January 25, 2021, at MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, in Belém.