All that burns melts into air

Start date: 21/11/2020

End date: 16/01/2021

Location: Sabrina Amrani Gallery - Madrid

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A partly fictionalised, partly documentary portrait, this exhibition-installation-film displays places between ruin and the forest, between the utopian visions of the modernist avant-garde and the post-fall images of Socialism and its ideologies. The past reappears transformed into the present, in a transcendent process of rebirth that, in its ethereal quality, has the potential to travel again from today to tomorrow.

Dissonances Bitting Nations

Start date: 30/09/2020

End date: 15/11/2020


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The MNAC presents a selection of the most recent works from the MNAC collection, whose entry is due to acquisitions and donations made in the last decade. Curatorship: Adelaide Ginga, Emília Tavares. 

Ground Control

Start date: 27/09/2020

End date: 11/04/2021

Location: Umeå University, Sweden.

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Umeå University, Sweden.

Ground Control explores connections between plants, politics and history. It brings together works by contemporary artists who are interested in the political dimensions of botany: plants as a commodity, the circulation of plants around the world, and their classification. Contributing artists: Maria Thereza Alves, Gerd Aurell, Hanan Benammar, Céline Condorelli, Suzanne Husky, and Mónica de Miranda.This exhibition is produced and curated by Bildmuseet in collaboration with Marseille-based curator Clelia Coussonnet.

ProjectMAP 2010–2020. Map or Exhibition

Start date: 24/09/2020

End date: 10/01/2021


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Representing a cultural mapping process, this is an exhibition that allows to understand an artistic scene based on a system of connections between artists, subjective interactions from the emotional field and established friendships, as well as connections resulting from the referential field of work.

TIME is Love.12 [Show 4]

Start date: 17/09/2020

End date: 19/09/2020


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South Circular

Start date: 08/04/2020

End date: 22/04/2020

Location: Sabrina Amrani Gallery - Madrid




Now that we know what it is like to live in confinement, now that we know about the silence that remains in the world when we do not inhabit it, the images of Mónica de Miranda make more sense than ever. Ruined, abandoned places where the hand of man stopped intervening years ago. Isolated people walking on worlds that do not belong to them, that never belonged to them. People in silence, only accompanied by the sound of the media. Does that sound familiar to us?


Start date: 08/03/2020

End date: 19/04/2020

Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston | Texas USA


FotoFest has revealed the artists participating in its upcoming biennial, “African Cosmologies: Photography, Time, and the  Other,” taking place in Houston from March 8 to April 19, 2020. Curated by Mark Sealy, director of the London-based  photographic art institution Autograph ABP, the festival will  examine the complex relationships between contemporary life in Africa, the African diaspora, and the global histories of  colonialism, photography, and rights and representation, and will highlight artists who confront and challenge images of the  Western canon.

Tales of Lisbon

Start date: 19/02/2020

End date: 16/05/2020

Location: Arquivo Municipal de Lisboa | Fotográfico Rua da Palma, 246 | 1100-394 Lisboa


The current exhibition of the artist and researcher is part of the Post-Archive project, which involves the creation of a digital archive with documents, videos, audio and photography, gathered within the scope of her extensive research on the relationships established between migrations, associated with the decolonization and the African independence movements in the creation of the and Europe’s urban landscapes. At the same time, tales of Lisbon  marks the donation of the artist’s work archive, consisting of 239 raw images that depict informal neighborhoods on the former Military Road, to the Municipal Archive of Lisbon. Mónica de Miranda’s archive gathers images captured over more than a decade of research in the neighborhoods of Talude, Azinhaga dos Besouros, Fim do Mundo , Mira Loures, 6 de Maio and other neighborhoods located on the outskirts of the city.

The exhibition Tales of Lisbon arises from this visual archive created over a decade, but it  is much more than the photographic collection of these neighborhoods,” it is a polymorphic object, a continuation of that initial archive composed of photographs ”, describes curator Bruno Leitão in the text accompanying the project. The curator continues:  “The artist immerses herself in an inquisitive and humanizing process in these places and,
by fictionalizing these spaces, creates an exercise in empathy.
A possibility of emotionally recognizing a Lisbon outside the center, but that asserts itself inside ”. At the Lisbon Photographic Archive, Mónica de Miranda  presents a set of photography and video works, mostly new works such as Tales of Lisbon (2020), Timeline (2020) and Twin Towers (2020),  as well as the video Estrada Militar ( 2009), created in the initial phase of his research.


Start date: 22/11/2019

End date: 20/01/2020

Location: Fórum Grandela, LIS


Collective exhibition of contemporary art curated by Katia Canton and the presence of some works by Lusophone artists: Beth Moysés, Rosana Paulino, Domingos Mazzilli, Cristina Ataíde, Teresa Milheiro and Mónica de Miranda. It is the first exhibition of a cycle of three of MIMA – International Women’s Museum, which will be the first museum in the world dedicated to the ethical production, aesthetics and thought generated by women in the Lusophone world, including those who inhabit the four continents.


Start date: 24/10/2019

End date: 24/11/2019



Part of the exhibition Taxidermy of the future with Kiluanje Kia Henda and Grada Kilomba curated by Paula Nascimento and Bruno Leitão

Beauty by Mónica de Miranda (2018)

HD video, sound, 6″

The short film Beauty was shot at the Académie des Beaux Arts and the Tour de l’Échanger in Kinshasa and is originally part of an installation that borrows dramatic arts elements to stage and narrate aesthetic and social relations still present in the contemporary societies, referencing the Past and the construction of the present. The artist Chullage collaborated in the soundscape.