"All Power to the People: A arte revolucionária de Emory Douglas e os Panteras Negras", Galeria Zé dos Bois, March 3rd to June 4th, 2011.
CEMES lent posters from Ernesto de Sousa'a collection: Black Panthers, PAIGC, FRELIMO, among others. One of these posters, “Free Angela / Free our Sisters / Free Ourselves" was made by Marilyn Reynolds, an artist who lived in Portugal between 1968 and 1971 and was part of Oficina Experimental.
Launch of the #2 ARTE E CULTURA VISUAL magazine – dedicated to the Centenary of Ernesto de Sousa, Conception and Editorial Direction: Isabel Nogueira, Edition Center for Research and Studies in Fine Arts (CIEBA), with texts by Isabel Nogueira, Ana Soares, David Santos, Fernando Paulo Rosa Dias, Liliana
https://galeriasmunicipais.pt/en/exposicoes/ernesto-de-sousa-exercises-of-poetic-communication-with-other-aesthetic-operators/ Galerias Municipais de Lisboa, Quadrum e Índia Galleries until 27 Feb 2022 This centenary exhibition of Ernesto de Sousa’s birth (1921-1988), the multifaceted
Conversation «Still revisiting "Revolution my Body - nr. 1" by Ernesto de Sousa» with professor José Miranda Justo at the Museu Coleção Berardo.
(...) the concept of heterogeneity is the truly rich one that gives us a dimension of infinity in relation to
“The Human Family”, curated by Jorge Calado, in the Neo-Realism Museum, de Vila-Franca de Xira, integrates a photo by Ernesto de Sousa: “Mercado da Rua Escura, Largo Redondelo, Porto, c. 1962” (?) will be partially on display fro 10 Jul 21-29_Maio_22.Collection has today (2021) 375