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Hora Suspensa by Fátima Spínola

Updated: Dec 17, 2020


Exposure by Fátima Spínola ′′ In Hora Suspensa", the artist part of the Jean-fille (1922) artist Henrique Franco's present in the Museum's spoiler, as a fundamental piece for the installation present Exposure by Fátima Spínola ′′ In Hora Suspense, the artist part of the Jean-fille (1922) artist Henrique Franco's present in the Museum's spoiler, as a fundamental piece for the installation presented in the temporary exhibition room.


This exhibition summarizes the context of the creation of the works and the exhibition itself, which has been wandering with the taste of uncertainty and news from the various quadrants about the current pandemic state. More than an appreciation of this particular gift, Suspended Time embraces the concepts of ' uncertainty ', ' strange ', ' discontinuation '. The paralysis of everything and everyone in a global dimension: in transforming routines; in calcifying people on home islands where safety does not always dwell; erupting isolation and its emotional cliffs; creating conflicting emergency laws, disruption of acquired rights. In the confrontation with the saddest eyes of the Museum, the artist, through the painting of Henrique Franco, rethinks a whole way of viewing the world and human contact from the present context.

The look gains new contours highlighted by masks that protect us and restrict us like a two-sided coin. In these eyes there is an inaccessibility to context and framing that may be just a genetic feature or a soul mirror of the portrayal, the artist or the viewer. However, in the second instance, they reflect a choice of artist who amplifies them in gender-less sadness and without time in a permanent impossibility of discovering causes and effects. This installation presents the Atelier house and house-body so present in the artist's work through portrait, self portrait and using everyday objects and enters into dialogue with the Museum and the need for permanent maintenance and updating of spaces exposures that come to life through their visitors and their educational activities. Affirming itself as critical thinking outreach and building spaces about Art and everything it stands for Human Culture.ed in the temporary exhibition room.

This exhibition summarizes the context of the creation of the works and the exhibition itself, which has been wandering with the taste of uncertainty and news from the various quadrants about the current pandemic state. More than an appreciation of this particular gift, Suspended Time embraces the concepts of ' uncertainty ', ' strange ', ' discontinuation '. The paralysis of everything and everyone in a global dimension: in transforming routines; in calcifying people on home islands where safety does not always dwell; erupting isolation and its emotional cliffs; creating conflicting emergency laws, disruption of acquired rights. In the confrontation with the saddest eyes of the Museum, the artist, through the painting of Henrique Franco, rethinks a whole way of viewing the world and human contact from the present context. The look gains new contours highlighted by masks that protect us and restrict us like a two-sided coin. In these eyes there is an inaccessibility to context and framing that may be just a genetic feature or a soul mirror of the portrayal, the artist or the viewer. However, in the second instance, they reflect a choice of artist who amplifies them in gender-less sadness and without time in a permanent impossibility of discovering causes and effects. This installation presents the Atelier house and house-body so present in the artist's work through portrait, self portrait and using everyday objects and enters into dialogue with the Museum and the need for permanent maintenance and updating of spaces exposures that come to life through their visitors and their educational activities. Affirming itself as critical thinking outreach and building spaces about Art and everything it stands for Human Culture.




Source: Jose Zyberchema







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