By the invitation of Rui Prata, curator of Imago Lisboa, 8 exhibition stands were built and installed at the EPAL Water Museum within the “Construir Pontes” exhibition as part of the Imago Lisboa Festival program 2019.
The structures composed of pine slats and MDF panels received photographs of the artists Augusto Brázio, Luísa Ferreira, Pedro Letria and São Trindade. This exhibition was open from October 11 to November 17, 2019.
In the 2020 edition, 12 exhibition modules were built in white wood and white alveolar acrylic panels, to create visual continuity throughout the exhibition path and, at the same time, contrast with the exhibited photographs.
The exhibition “New Visions in Contemporary Photography”, by the Imago Lisboa Photo Festival 2020, was on display at the Mãe d’Água of Amoreiras Reservoir, from 1st October to 15th November 2020.
The 2021 edition is organized around two major themes: The Family in Transition and Rethinking Nature/Rethinking Landscape, which aim to promote reflection on fundamental issues of contemporary society: equality, equity, diversity, inclusion and freedom.
For this edition, the materials from the previous exhibition were recovered and reused. The new exhibition modules were thus adapted to the new space and the new photographic exhibition, thus creating a great contrast between the rough atmosphere of the garage and the white background of the exhibition.
The exhibition can be visited at Galeria Imago Lisboa.
Team: Colectivo Warehouse + Rui Prata
Client: Imago Lisboa
With: Ricardo Morais, Sebastião de Botton, Romain Deboulle, Monica Di Eugenio, Rúben Teodoro, Raquel Santos
Collaborators: Vincent Rault