NEWS

Tomorrow is Another Day

Start date: 26/09/2018

End date: 10/11/2018

Tomorrow is Another Day

26 SEPTEMBER 2018 / 10 NOVEMBER 2018
Individual exhibition curated by Cristiana Tejo

Tomorrow is another day is an expression that points from a present place to the future looking at the memories and the inheritances of the past, noticing the failures and absences of history and politics and pointing to a hopeful tomorrow, founded in re-imagination. The title of the exhibition also refers to the desire to make architecture that breaks canons in the post-independence moment on the African continent where architecture acquired the ability to awaken utopias and also implied a commitment to democracy, social freedom, producing places of inestimable value. It is, therefore, an attempt to reflect on the reconciliation between what already exists and what has never been and which may one day be something different, between the old and the new, between memory, history and dystopia and ideological utopia.

ARCOlisboa

Start date: 17/05/2018

End date: 20/06/2018

Location: Cordoaria Nacional, Lisboa

ARCOlisboa

Art Fair

Gallery: Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea

More information: http://www.ifemaportugal.com/pt/arco-lisboa-2018/

Angola

Start date: 23/03/2018

End date: 20/04/2018

Location: Luanda e Namibe, Angola

Angola

Residency

ARCOmadrid

Start date: 21/02/2018

End date: 25/02/2018

Location: IFEMA, Madrid

ARCOmadrid

Art Fair

Gallery: Sabrina Amrani

More information: http://www.sabrinaamrani.com/the-gallery/art-fairs

Drawing Room

Start date: 21/02/2018

End date: 25/02/2018

Location: Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid

Drawing Room

Art Fair

Gallery: Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea

More information: http://drawingroom.es/en/artistas/monica-de-miranda/

Tranfer

Start date: 16/02/2018

End date: 18/02/2018

Location: Kinshasa, RD Congo

Tranfer

In Kinshasa, Mónica de Miranda has developed a new work during an artistic residency in the Fine Arts Academy of Kinshasa, an invitation made by the Camões I.P. of Kinshasa.

The exhibition TRANSFER presents the preliminary results of this residency and also her work HOTEL GLOBO, produced in Angola. TRANSFER shows the gaze of the artist upon two post-colonial African villages, where alternative modernities as well as new local identities are produced.

Investec Cape Town Art Fair

Start date: 19/01/2018

End date: 30/01/2018

Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre

Investec Cape Town Art Fair

Art Fair

Gallery: Tyburn Gallery

More information: http://www.tyburngallery.com/fairs/cape-town-art-fair/

BEING HER(E)

Start date: 24/11/2017

End date: 31/01/2018

Location: Galeria Banco Economico, Luanda

BEING HER(E)

Being Her(e) examines, confronts and contextualizes the historical and contemporary notions of what it means to be a female body. It questions preconceived ideas about womanhood as well as a reflection on the somehow elusive theme of identity and its representation. It is a reflection on the act of myth making in relation to the female body embodying and performing the concept of a woman and also referring to the female interiority in Africa and in the Diaspora.

Curators: Paula Nascimento and Violet Nantume

Artists: Stacey Gillian Abe (Uganda), Phoebe Boswell (Quénia), Euridice Kala (Moçambique), Lebohand Kganye (AS), Keyezua (Angola), Imaculate Mali (Uganda), Mónica de Miranda (Angola/Portugal), Nandipha Mtambo (AS), Zanelle Muholi (AS), Aida Muluneh (Etiópia),  Mimi Cherongo (Qénia), Zohra Opoku (Gana), Jessica Atieno (Quénia), Ana Silva (Angola)

 

 

AKAA

Start date: 10/11/2017

End date: 12/11/2017

Location: Paris, France

AKAA

Art & Design Fair

Gallery: Tyburn Gallery

More information: http://akaafair.com/en/artiste/de-miranda-monica-2017

ARTISSIMA

Start date: 03/11/2017

End date: 05/11/2017

Location: Torino, Italy

ARTISSIMA

Contemporary Art Fair

Gallery: Sabrina Amrani

More information: http://www.artissima.art/artists/monica-de-miranda/