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CURADORIA / CURATOR: C A R LO S C A B R A L N U N E S

I n ce le bration of the 6 y ea r s o f Casa da Liberdade - Mário Cesariny no 6º aniver sário da Casa da Liberdade Mário Cesariny I n th e 6 th a n n i v e r s a r y o f t h e F r e e d o m H o u s e - M á r i o C e s a r i n y

FIGUEIREDO SOBRAL A Singularidade de

um Mestre

FIGUEIREDO SOBRAL A MASTER’S SINGULARITY

A M a s t e r ’s s i n g u l a r i t y

17 DEZEMBRO | 29 FEVEREIRO D E C E M B E R , 1 7 T H | F E B R U A RY, 1 9 T H

T E RÇ A A SÁB ADO DAS 14H À S 2 0H Tuesday to Saturday from 2pm till 8pm

CURATORSHIP by: C A R LO S C A B R A L N U N E S 17 DECEMBER | 29 FEBRUARY


Untitled, n.d., Oil on cardboard, 35 x 50 cm, FGS077

Untitled, n.d., Oil on cardboard, 35 x 50 cm, FGS076

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Untitled, n.d., Oil on cardboard, 35 x 50 cm, FGS078


“ The master FIGUEIREDO SOBRAL - in great injustice, the most ignored of the great contemporary Portuguese painters - has been persistently defining himself, along a career that already surpasses the five decades, as a “baroque surrealist” of the highest quality. If this work began as essentially pictorial, it quickly sought other aesthetic landscapes, thanks to a work that made experimentation rhyme with dissatisfaction, between engraving and ceramics, tapestry and sculpture. In all these varied aspects, its unmistakable originality resumes an enormous oneiric charge demonstrated in the profusion of detail. This “dreamed reality” is projected, either through a strict figurative, or through flying abstractions in the intermingling of resins with ink or in the purification of watercolor.

“(...) The philosophical dimension of Umber to Eco or João Rui de Sousa is captured in the subtlety of the relief and subversion of form and colour. D. Quixote and Dulcineia rise up in a love song, celebrating the dream and adventure of eternal lovers. The beauty of the woman and her nakedness are visualized in the crystalline beauty of the poetry of Camilo Pessanha or Adalber to Alves. Natália Correia and Florbela Espanca suggest the mystery of love, embodied by the painter in his surreal and baroque way of expressing himself ”. In Crítica to the exhibition “ A pintura e a escrita” (“Painting and writing”), MAC 2005 By Elsa Rodrigues dos Santos

However, if Figueiredo Sobral began as a painter who also sculpted, he soon became a sculptor who painted. Dissatisfied with the virtual nature of the perspective technique, he seeks to add a third real dimension to his paintings, introducing embossment to them. Hence the multitude of faces that inhabit his canvases, sleepwalkers from a dreamed beyond who mysteriously gaze at us with an unspeakable message that is imprisoned by his lips. (...) The mystery of the characters who, almost obsessively, populate the Master’s canvases, when they come to the surface of the canvas, seem only an attempt to say: what is life but a dream?”. In Crítica to the exhibition “ A pintura e a escrita” (“Painting and writing”), MAC 2005

Frontcover Artwork: Figueiredo Sobral (1926-2010) Untitled, n.d., Synthetic resin sculpture simulating bronze, supported by stone base, signed, 10 x 10 x 100 cm, FGS106

By Adalberto Alves

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Untitled, n.d. Gouache on cardboard, 12 x 15,5 cm, FGS013

Untitled, n.d. Gouache on cardboard, 15,5 x 12 cm, FGS007

Untitled, n.d. Gouache on cardboard, 15,5 x 12 cm, FGS011

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Untitled, n.d., Gouache on cardboard, 12 x 15,5 cm, FGS014

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Untitled, n.d. Gouache on cardboard, ,15,5x12 cm, FGS012

Untitled, n.d. Gouache on cardboard, 12 x 15,5 cm, FGS008

Untitled, n.d. Gouache on cardboard, 12 x 15,5 cm, FGS010

Untitled, n.d. Gouache on cardboard, 12 x 15,5 cm, FGS009


Untitled, 1982, Mixed Media on paper, signed and dated, 50 x 35,5 cm, FGS105

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Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 48 x 33 cm, FGS064

Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 48 x 33 cm, FGS065 8

Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage,, 48 x 33 cm, FGS063


Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 33 x 48 cm, FGS053

Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 33 x 48 cm, FGS058

Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 48 x 33 cm, FGS055

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Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 48 x 33 cm, FGS061

Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 48 x 33 cm, FGS057

Planet Elephant’s Foot in Centauri Alpha, 1976, Painting with Collage, 48 x 33 cm, FGS060

Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 48 x 33 cm, FGS054

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Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 48 x 33 cm, FGS056

Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 48 x 33 cm, FGS059

Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 48 x 33 cm, FGS062

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Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS022

Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS023

Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS024

Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS025

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Untitled, n.d., Painting with Collage, 33 x 48 cm, FGS066

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Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS016

Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS027

Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS020 14


Untitled, 1948, Mixed Media on paper, 33 x 48 cm, FG004

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Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS018

Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS019

Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS017

Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS026

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Untitled, n.d., Gouache and Mixed Media on cardboard, 12 x 15 cm, FGS021

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Untitled, 1979, Indian Ink on paper, 32 x 47,5 cm, FGS001

Untitled, n.d., Mixed Media on cardboard, 35 x 50 cm, FGS079 18


Mythical Space, circa 1970, Mixed Media on Canvas, 58 x 90 cm, FGS005

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Untitled, 1976, Mixed Media on paper w/collage, 31 x 46,7 cm, FGS003

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Untitled, n.d., Synthetic resin sculpture simulating bronze, supported by stone base, signed, 10 x 10 x 100 cm, FGS106 21


Untitled, 1976, Watercolor and calligraphic pen drawings on paper, 31 x 35 cm, FGS095

Untitled, 1976, Watercolor and calligraphic pen drawings on paper, 31 x 35 cm, FGS096

Untitled, n.d. Watercolor and calligraphic pen drawings on paper, 31 x 35 cm, FGS094

Three artworks in post-card format, w/inside inscription. 22


Woman by the Mirror, Silver Metal Sculpture, signed, 40 x 20 x 10 cm, FGS103 23


Untitled, 1976, Watercolor and calligraphic pen drawings on paper, , 17 x 24 cm, FGS051

Untitled, 1976, Drawings with Watercolor, airbrush and calligraphic pen, 24 x 17 cm, FGS049

Untitled 1976, Drawings with Watercolor, airbrush and calligraphic pen, 17 x 24 cm, FGS045

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Untitled, 1976, Watercolor and calligraphic pen drawings on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS039 25


Untitled 1976, Drawings with Watercolor, airbrush and calligraphic pen, 17,5 x 25 cm, FGS050

Untitled 1976, Drawings with Watercolor, airbrush and calligraphic pen, 17 x 24 cm, FGS048

Untitled 1976, Drawings with Watercolor and airbrush, 17 x 24 cm, FGS046

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Untitled, 1976, Drawings with Watercolor and calligraphic pen, 17 x 24 cm, FGS044

Untitled, 1976, Drawings with Watercolor and calligraphic pen, 17 x 24 cm, FGS047

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Untitled 1975, Drawings with acrylic and Watercolour on embossed paper, 25 x 17 cm, FGS092

Untitled, 1976, Drawings with acrylic and caligraphic pen on embossed paper, 25 x 17 cm, FGS090

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Untitled, n.d., Calligraphic pen and marker drawings on paper, 25 x 17 cm, FGS093 29


Untitled, 1975 Watercolour drawing on embossed paper 39 x 29 cm, FGS088

Untitled, 1975, Watercolour and caligraphic pen drawings on embossed paper, 25 x 17 cm, FGS086

Untitled, 1975 Caligraphic pen drawings on embossed paper, 29 x 39 cm, FGS084

Sem TĂ­tulo, 1975 Caligraphic pen drawings on embossed paper, 29 x 39 cm, FGS0859

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Untitled, 1975, Watercolour and caligraphic pen drawings on embossed paper, 29 x 39 cm, FGS087

Untitled, 1975, Caligraphic Pen Drawings on embossed paper, 25 x 17 cm, FGS091

Untitled, 1975, Watervolour, caligraphic pen and graphite drawings on embossed paper, 29 x 39 cm, FGS089 31


“In fact, Mestre Figueiredo Sobral is an incessant seeker of materials and forms in order to give meaning to his aesthetic universe as an anchor of the modern discourse. Whether using his technique of embossing, cultivated since the 1960s, carved in bulk in a compromise between painting and sculpture of surreal inspiration or a fantastic realism, or expressing himself in the simple lines of soft colors of his dreamlike watercolors or materializing pastel in the sphingique creation of the doll, in its eternal feminine, or in cosmic visions, Mestre Figueiredo Sobral configures his work of the utmost quality in the rigour and search for the surprising and unpredictable. The same work and creativity are projected in the sculpture that deserves a separate place in his work and in the history of Portuguese sculpture. With great activity in Portugal and Brazil and in other monumental works, in public places around the world, applauded by the best critics, it is time for Mestre Figueiredo Sobral to gain the universal place he deserves”. In Crítica to the exhibition “A pintura e a escrita” (“Painting and writing”), MAC 2005. By Álvaro Lobato de Faria

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“ Loaded with matter, organized according to different orders, the works of Mestre Figueiredo Sobral differ from each other and they invite us to appreciate these differences. Painter and Sculptor, who all these years turned exclusively to his own ART, hence the technical mastery, the refinement extracted in the continuous act of painting and sculpting. Analysis, reflection, method, system, are allied as a fusion, with matter, form, colour and light. Figueiredo Sobral shows us (...) his constant evolution, his search without fatigue, which makes of each moment an unpredictable reincarnation, a conquest, an enrichment. His works have a lively and instigating relationship with the public. It is in this sense that Mestre Figueiredo Sobral, magnifies himself, distinguishes himself, dragging us into passions, feelings of art in its most sublime expression”. In Crítica to the exhibition “A pintura e a escrita” (“Painting and writing”), MAC 2005 By Zeferino Silva


Untitled, n.d., Watercolour, 53 x 39 cm, FGS073

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Untitled, n.d., Watercolour, , 43 x 53 cm, FGS071

Untitled, n.d., Watercolour, 43 x 53 cm, FGS072

Untitled, n.d., Watercolour, 43 x 53 cm, FGS070

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Untitled, n.d., Watercolour, 66 x 48 cm, FGS068

Untitled, n.d., Watercolour, 35 x 50 cm, FGS074

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Untitled, n.d., Watercolour, 48 x 66 cm, FGS067

Untitled, n.d., Watercolour, 54 x 57 cm, FGS069

Untitled, n.d., Watercolour, 50 x 70 cm, FGS075 36


Untitled, 1976, Watercolour and Caligraphic pen drawings on paper, 17,5 x 25 cm, FGS052

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Untitled, n.d., Oil on cardboard, 35 x 50 cm, FGS080

Untitled, n.d., Oil on cardboard, 35 x 50 cm, FGS081

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Untitled, n.d., Oil on cardboard, 35 x 35 cm, FGS082

Untitled, n.d., Oil on cardboard, 35 x 35 cm, FGS083 39


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Untitled, 1976, Watercolour on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS034

Untitled, 1976, Watercolour on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS029

Untitled, 1976, Watercolour and Caligraphic pen drawings on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS030

Untitled, 1976, Watercolour on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS032


Untitled, 1976, Watercolour on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS042

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Untitled, 1976, Watercolour on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS036

Untitled, 1976, Watercolour and Caligraphic pen drawings on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS035

Untitled, 1976, Watercolour and Caligraphic pen drawings on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS040

Untitled, 1976, Watercolour on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS041


Untitled, 1976, Watercolour on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS043 43


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Untitled, 1976, Watercolour and Caligraphic pen drawings on paper, 18 x 25 cm, FGS033

Untitled, n.d., Watercolour on paper, 18 x 25 cm, FGS038

Untitled, 1976, Watercolour and Caligraphic pen drawings on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS031

Untitled, 1976, Watercolour and Caligraphic pen drawings on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS037


Untitled, 1976, Watercolour on paper, 25 x 18 cm, FGS028 45


Untitled, n.d. Painting on fabric, 28 x 28 cm, FGS097

Untitled, n.d. Painting on fabric, 28 x 28 cm, FGS099

Untitled, n.d. Painting on fabric, 24 x 24 cm, FGS100

Untitled, n.d. Painting on fabric, 28 x 28 cm, FGS098

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Untitled, n.d. Painting on fabric, 24 x 24 cm, FGS102

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Biography

José Maria Figueiredo Sobral was born in Lisbon in 1926. He studied graphic arts at António Arroio Secondary School (Escola Secundária Artística António Arroio), with Lino António, Paula Campos and Rodrigues Alves. Sobral worked in a wide range of mediums, including painting, graphic design, illustration, scenography and poetry. His first paintings were first publicly exhibited at the General Exhibitions of Fine Arts, in the National Society of Fine Arts, in Lisbon, immediately after the Second World War in the 1940s. He informally joined the Portuguese surrealist group, formed by António Maria Lisboa, Mário Cesariny. and Cruzeiro Seixas, among other artists. His first solo exhibition was in Castelo de Vide, in 1952. From then on, his work was exhibited in several individual and collective exhibitions. Until the end of the 50’s, Figueiredo Sobral worked in creative advertising and graphic illustration. He also wrote poetry and theatre, and worked as a designer. He was a critic of the regime of António de Oliveira Salazar, having been detained several times for political reasons. He resumed his work in sculpture in the 1960s, and then in ceramics. In 1970 he began collaborating in the manufacture of tapestries with the Portalegre Tapestries Factory. He was co-founder of the publisher Minotauro with Urbano Tavares Rodrigues, a company that published the magazine of the same name. In 1975 he moved to Americana, São Paulo, where he created a sculpture for the entrance to the city at the invitation of the former Mayor, Ralph Biasi. Figueiredo Sobral died on August 13, 2010, in Lisbon, at the age of 85. His monumental sculptures and wall paintings are installed in urban public spaces in Brazil and Portugal. His work is represented in the Boston Museum, The Art World Gallery, Michigan, Interart Gallery, Miami, and in private collections in Portugal, Antwerp, Brussels, Paris, Toulon, São Paulo and Chicago. His work has been included, since 2014, in the Lusophony Collection of Casa da Liberdade - Mário Cesariny and Perve Galeria, and was shown in that context at the 1st Art Biennial of Vila Nova de Gaia and in Turkey, in Istanbul and Ankara, among other locations.

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Untitled, n.d., TMixed Media on paper, signed, 49 x 41,5 cm, FGS104

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Untitled, n.d., Woodcut on paper, Print 25/30, signed, 32 x 23 cm, FG006

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DOCUMENTATION ON THE EXHIBITIONS HELD IN THE BRAZILIAN PERIOD OF FIGUEIREDO SOBRAL, 1970S

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INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS

Portugal GªOpinião, Porto 50s - Galeria 2, Porto 50s – Castelo de Vide 52 – Cooperativa Árvore, Porto 58 – S.Francisco Gallery (ceramics), Lisbon, 60s – Sintra 61 – Figueira da Foz 62 – C.Estoril 62 – Viana do Castelo 62 to 64 – Modern Art Gallery SNBA, Lisbon 62 – National Art Gallery – M.Pombal, Lisbon 63 – Diário de Notícias Gallery, Lisbon, 60s – Pórtico Gallery, Lisbon, 60s – Coimbra 64 – Faro 64 – Sculpture exhibition ”Os Primeiros Relevos” (“The first Embossements”), DGIT, Big Room , Pal.Foz, Lisbon 70s – Caldas da Rainha 70 – Grafil Gallery (objects/soft sculpture/puppets gr.fto.), Lisbon 74 – Exh. “Pintura, Objectos e Escultura Mole” (Painting, Objects and Soft Sculpture), Foz Palace Big Room, Lisbon, 70s – Lages Family House (Permanent Bronze Exh., done in 73/74), Lisbon 75-80 – S.Mamede Gallery, Lisbon 81 – S.Francisco Gallery (sculpture), Lisboa 81 - S.Francisco Gallery “Os Ícones” (“Icons”), Lisbon 84 – Arcano XXI Gallery, Lisbon 84 – ARA Gallery, Lisbon 80s – Multiface Arte Gallery, Lisbon 87 – Fonte Nova Gallery “Arcanjos” (“Archangels”), Lisbon 80 – Fórum Picoas “Anjos de Pedra” (“Stone Angels”), Lisboa 80s – Astolfi Gallery, Cascais 88 – Tempo Gallery, Lisbon 89 – Trave Gallery “As Minhas Criaturas” (“My Creatures”), Aveiro, 80s – Da Vinci Gallery “Miticosmos”, painting and tapestry, Lisbon 89 – Casa da Imprensa “Esquizofrenia Filatélica” ( “Philatelic Schizophrenia”), Lisbon 90 - Casa da Imprensa “Esquizofrenia Numismática”, (““Numismatic Schizophrenia”) Lisbon 90 – Correio-Mor Gallery, Sintra 91 – DITEC Art Space “O Fascinante Kimono” (“The Fascinating Kimono”), Lisbon 91 – Flor de Lis Space, Montepio Rainha D.Leonor “O Touro e a sua Legenda” (““The Bull and his Legend”), Caldas da Rainha 92 – Açores House “A Ilha Mítica” (“Mitycal Island”), Lisbon 92 – Açores House “Natália ou o Eterno Feminino” (“Natália or the Eternally Feminine”), Lisbon 93 – Pintado de Fresco (sacred art), Lisbon 93 – MAC- Contemporary Art Movement, “ 3 Salas de Lisboa” (“3 Lisbon Art Rooms”), Lisbon 2000 – “O Sagrado e os Impossíveis” (“The Sacred and the Impossibles”, – MAC- Contemporary Art Movement, Lisbon 2001 – Sintra’s Regional Museum Gallery, 2004 – “A Pintura e a Escrita” (“Painting and Writting”), Comtemporary Art Movement, Lisbon 2005.

Abroad Exhibitions Adam Gallery, N.York, USA, déc50 – Documenta Gallery, S.Paulo, Brazil 76 – Mobilinea Gallery Home Store, S.Paulo, Brazil 76 – Cultural Community Center of Campinas, Brazil 77 – Civiltec Gallery , Guarajá, S.Paulo State , Brazil 78 – Biojone Gallery, Campinas, Brazil 78 – Cultural Foundation from Vitória, Espírito Santo, Brazil 79 – Stella Maris Gallery, Santos, Brazil 79 – Paulo Prado Gallert, S.Paulo, Brazil 78 and 84.

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GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Portugal General Fine Arts Exhibitions, SNBA, Lisbon 51 to 54 – Estoril’s Casino 61 – Modern Art Salons of SNBA, Lisbon 63 to 72 – National Art Gallery, Belém, Lisbon 60s - SNBA, ‘s Branco e Negro Salon, Lisbon 60s – Internacional Engraving Exh., Lisbon’s Faculty of Science, 60s – Amadora 63 – JTCE’s Modern Art Salons, 60s – JTCE’s Spring Salon, Estoril 64 to 68, 72 to 73 – JTCE’s Autumn Salon, Estoril 63 to 66 – National Engraving Salon, Lisbon 60s – Prémio Guérin Salon, Lisbon 60s – Medicina.63 “Cadáver Exquisito” (“Cadavre Exquis”), FML’s pro-Association, Lisbon 63 – II Fine Arts Salon, Setúbal’s Museum, 67-68 – Faro 68 – Amarante 69 – Modern Art Gallery of Belém, Lisbon 70s – 100 Artworks from MCS’s Patrimony, Pal.Foz, Lisbon 75 - Contemporary Art Movement, 1998 to 2005 – Cultural Centre of Celorico da Beira/Linhares, MAC (2001) - Rectory of the Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon, MAC (Lisbon 2002). -MAC - Contemporary Art Movement (Lisbon 99-2004) – Cultural and Congresses Center of Angra do Heroísmo / MAC- Contemporary Art Movement (Azores 2004).

Abroad Exhibitions Antwerp, Belgium 61 - Monaco’s Biennal 63 – I Expo Cercle d’Art Internationalle Artisalla, (Des Jeunes Gallery, Maison des Beaux Arts), Paris, France 64 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 65 – II Expo CAI Artisalla, Ameersfoort, Holand 65 – Anchorage, Alaska, USA 65 – Lourenço Marques, now Maputo, Mozambique 66 – Miami, USA 66 – N.York, USA 68 – Houston, USA 68 – Spokane, USA 68 – Salon d’Árt Sacrée of Paris, France 69 – II Bienal del Arte y Sport, Madrid, Spain 69 – Salon de l’Art Surindépendente, Paris, France 69 – Philadelphia, USA 71 – Luanda, Angola 72 – Celebrating Exhibition of Luís de Camões, S.Paulo, Brazil 76 – Portugal and Camões Day Celebration Hall, Santos, Brazil 76 – Modern Art Salon Porto Alegre’s University, Brazil 76 – Modern Art Salon of the House of Culture of Ribeirão Preto, Brazil 77 – XVII Paulista Salon, S.Paulo, Brazil 77 – Piracicaba’s Salon, Brazil 79 – “100 Anos de Escultura Brasileira” (“100 Years of Brazilian Sculpture”), S.Paulo’s Modern Art Museum, Brazil 79 – Commemorative exhibition of the Meeting of Portuguese and Cape Verdean intellectuals, MAC (Cape Verde 2000) - Portuguese Embassy - Guinea Bissau’s Cultural Centre - MAC (2004).

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Credits to concept and curatorship Carlos Cabral Nunes executive management Nuno Espinho production / communication Aurora Nunes, Mariana Guerra João Gonçalves, Graça Rodrigues Untitled, n.d. Painting on fabric, 24 x 24 cm, FGS101

graphic design CCN, Filipa B. Cruz, Mariana Serra, Mariana Guerra organization Colectivo Multimédia Perve Acknowledgements Bettina Mota partnership and implementation aPGn2 - a PiGean too Casa da Liberdade - Mário Cesariny Perve Galeria - Alfama printing and copyright Perve Global - Lda.

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Figueiredo Sobral - A Master's retrospective | 2019  

A Portuguese master of surrealism with a vast work, he was an artist who, like many other Portuguese, due to the dimension of the country an...

Figueiredo Sobral - A Master's retrospective | 2019  

A Portuguese master of surrealism with a vast work, he was an artist who, like many other Portuguese, due to the dimension of the country an...

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