The Aujourd’hui je dis oui (‘Today, I say yes’ in English) group exhibition is on at Lisbon’s Galeria da Boavista, opening April 15 and running to May 14.
Curated by Domenica de Chirico in collaboration with Lisbon-based art magazine Aujourd’hui, the publication celebrates its first year anniversary by acknowledging its evolution from simply an observer to an active player in contemporary art discourse as “an operating and independent cultural agent”.
The selection of 20 artists —including Andrew Birk, Antoine Donzeaud, Michele Gabriele, Mikkel Carl, and Nuno Patricio among others —centres around the magazine’s global perspective. The common thread, according to the press release, is that of “a fluid and fluent dialogue between the most diverse national and international artistic practices in contemporary art.”
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