Revolution My Body: Ernesto de Sousa's retrospective
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, March 5th to April 26th, 1998.
Commissioned by Helena de Freitas and Miguel Wandschneider. Catalogue with texts by the curators, José Mirand Justo and Margarida Medeiros. The exhibition features João Paulo Feliciano's installation Revolution My Mind, which uses 800 photographic swiper-slides by Ernesto de Sousa.
“Propitiatory Practices of Future Events”, is what Ernesto de Sousa found in folk art. An art in which he recognized the existence of authors and not just transmitted traditional forms, one which offers formal solutions instead of simple repetition of patterns. As usual in her work, Mantero explores
Invited by OEI publishers, the custodian of the Ernesto de Sousa archives, Isabel Alves (Lisbon) and the philosopher José Miranda Justo (Lisbon) meet in a talk on the artist, film-maker, curator and critic Ernesto de Sousa, and the pivotal exhibition “Alternativa
With the curatorship of Hugo Canoilas and Inês Grosso, Supergood - Dialogues with Ernesto de Sousa is thought from the transversal work of the multidisciplinary artist Ernesto de Sousa, in a dialogue with works that promote new readings about his legacy and its political and cultural dimensions of artists
This exhibition - which presents Ernesto de Sousa contact sheets from the 1970s - allows us to understand how he learned to use photography as a tool to explore some of his fundamental concerns: the permanent collaborative spirit (it’s no accident that many of the "motifs" represented