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The exhibitions presented at the Galeria Municipal do Porto are commissioned by the Cultural Department of City Council of Porto

Team

Mayor and Head of Culture
Rui Moreira

Artistic Direction
Guilherme Blanc

Executive Direction
Sílvia Fernandes

Assistant Curator
Sofia Lemos

Production Coordination
Patrícia Vaz

Curatorial Support
Rita Roque

Editorial Coordination

Lídia Queirós
 
Learning Programmes
Graça Lacerda, Rita Roque

Installation
  • Patron:

  • Commissioned by:

  • Fundação Edp
  • Porto.
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Rua D. Manuel II
(Jardins do Palácio de Cristal)
4050-346 Porto
 
+351 226 081 063
galeriamunicipal@cm-porto.pt
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Tuesday - Saturday
10.00am-6.00pm

Sunday
2.00pm-6.00pm

Closed on Mondays and Public Holidays
Free entry

07.09 — 18.11.2018

MUSONAUTAS, VISÕES & AVARIAS
1960-2010 - 5 décadas de inquietação musical no Porto

Throughout its history, the city of Porto has built a reputation as a place of musical freedom, abounding with avant‑garde approaches that have led to affirmation and recognition of key figures of contemporary Portuguese culture. The Galeria Municipal invited the music programmer and publisher Paulo Vinhas to develop a retrospective of five decades of strength and restlessness in Porto’s musical production, spanning different sound universes and expressions, ranging from classical music to protest music, and also including experimental music and electronic music – mapping the different musical practices that have emerged in Porto between 1960 and 2010.
This exhibition focuses on the ruptures pioneered by artists, disseminators and musical movements that have transformed the divergence of Porto’s peripheral context into a catalyst of new energies. The exhibition’s primary intention is to document a diversified musical history that has made a decisive contribution to shaping the world of Portuguese music, opening up new horizons that, in many cases, have moved beyond their original frontiers, projecting themselves onto the art scene of their epoch.
Curated by:
Paulo Vinhas

Curatorial Support and research:
Hugo Oliveira, Manuel João Neto, Pedro Junqueira Maia, Pedro Tenreiro, Suzana Ralha