Perve Galeria

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Cape Town Art Fair | 13.02 > 16.02.2020


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CAPE TOWN CITY CENTER | Location|Local: Stand TT10
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EN | Investec Cape Town Art Fair is the leading art fair in Africa. This year, on it's 8th edition, Perve Galeria has the honour participate for the first time, exhibiting the later artwork of Master Ernesto Shikhani (b. 1934, Mozambique).

ICTAF 2020 will include the foremost galleries from South Africa, the African continent, and abroad, it showcases a diversity of work that represents the forefront of contemporary art from Africa to the world.

Read more: Cape Town Art Fair | 13.02 > 16.02.2020

3 continents meet... in Ankara | 09.01 > 07.02.2020

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Datay Sanat Art Gallery | Location: Ankara, Turkey
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EN| Perve Galeria is honoured to be part of the group exhibition "3 continents meet... in Ankara", inaugurated by a talk with artists, a meeting which brings together 10 artists from 3 different continents in order to discuss several artistic topics through multiple perspectives from 6pm to 8pm, today, January 9th, 2020 held at Detay Sanat Art Gallery, in Ankara.

Read more: 3 continents meet... in Ankara | 09.01 > 07.02.2020

London Art Fair | 22.01 > 26.01.2020

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BUSINESS DESIGN CENTER | Location|Local: Stand P17B
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EN | Perve Galleria is honored to announce its presence at the London Art Fair 2020, from January 22nd to 26th at the Business Design Centre, with a selection of works featuring South American artists Javier Félix and Ivan Villalobos, Mozambican Reinata Sadimba and Lithuanian Liudvika S. Koort

Read more: London Art Fair | 22.01 > 26.01.2020

a Timeline for the Future | 15.01 > 24.01.2020

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Bilkent University | Location/Local: Ankara/Ancara, Turkey/Turquia
 
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EN| For the first time at the FADA Gallery Exhibition Hall, a solo exhibition of a portuguese artist will be showcased. A personal journey by Carlos Cabral Nunes, director and curator of Perve Galeria as well as the artist who is having his first solo after 17 years, only displaying his pieces in collective exhibitions during this period. The opening will occur at 6 pm of Wednesday, January 15th, and the exhibition will be held until January 24th, 2020.

Read more: a Timeline for the Future | 15.01 > 24.01.2020

AKAA - Also Known As Africa | Paris | 09.11 > 11.11.2019

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LE CARREAU DU TEMPLE | Location: Booth A6
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EN| Perve Galeria will be present at the 4th edition of the AKAA, the art fair in France devoted to African contemporary art that returns to Carreau du Temple (Paris) from 9th to 11th November.

Since its first edition in 2016, AKAA stands for a multifaceted Africa, foregrounding artists of the diaspora as well as others from diverse origins with a personal link to the continent. This year’s edition will host 44 exhibitors and intends to highlight the artistic quality of African works and emphasize its impact. The event can be seen as a contemporary art map, bringing all attention to the territory, placing Africa in its center.

Following the success of the LusoPhonies Collection exhibition in Turkey, Istanbul, at the TomTom Kirmizi building and Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair. Sequenced by Ankara, displaying at the Portuguese Embassy in Turkey and Fada gallery in Bilkent University last month, Perve Galeria focused on the artworks of Portuguese-speaking countries and communities since the Portuguese dictatorship period to the present days,
now a selection of artists will be featured at AKAA Art Fair in Paris. Thereby, the distinctive and unique artworks from Ernesto Shikhani and Malangatana, from Mozambique, Manuel Figueira and Tchalé Figueira, both from Cape-Vert and José Chambel from Sao Tome e Principe will be displayed alongside with Reinata Sadimba, also from Mozambique, and Manuela Jardim, from Guinea Bissau.

Read more: AKAA - Also Known As Africa | Paris | 09.11 > 11.11.2019