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Lígia Afonso

LÍGIA AFONSO lives and works in Lisbon and sporadically in São Paulo as a researcher, critic, curator, and editor, developing individual and collaborative projects.


Report from Portugal

There is significance in the number of events in Portugal that are focused on the area of artistic creation, which is one of the preferential fields of production in contemporary art. One could imagine an artwork empty, considering its temporal synchronicity, but that rarely happens.


Susana Gaudêncio interviews Lígia Afonso

Art critics are now coming from areas such as journalism, music, philosophy of aesthetics—areas that could allow for a greater complexity of references and arguments concerning the art object.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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