"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.
"Crocodile Tears - Photography and Criticism in Portugal 1980-2000" by Susana Lourenço Marques was presented in Lisbon, which includes in a previous point (0) a text by Ernesto de Sousa published in the Dictionary of Universal Painting, Vol 1, Lisbon , Estudios Cor, 1962, p.
In the exhibition catalogue, José Luís Porfírio outlines 3 exemplary stories in Portugal in the 1970s: Dulce d'Agro (Galeria Quadrum), Fernando Pernes (Museu Soares dos Reis) and Ernesto de Sousa (Alternativa Zero) -. they are, each in their own way, key players in the change that has taken
Exhibition of documentary material from the Happening Vostell Archive on the artist's presence in Malpartida de Cáceres, with research and editing by José A. Agundez, Josefa Morillo and Alberto Flores.Conference by Rui Eduaro Paes and historical introduction in images by Isabel Alves. Presentation
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