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Her Clique Lisbon

Her Clique Lisbon
Largo do Contador Mor 4

ON VIEW
A PROFECÍA

May 22 - 24 ~ Preview Days as part of Lisbon Design Week ~ gallery open from 11am to 5pm

May 25
11.30am ~ Art Panel featuring Clara Rêgo, Marie Tomanova and Mia Dudek in conversation with Filipka Rutkowska (open to all)
9pm - midnight ~ Art & Afterparty join us in celebrating the opening of A PROFECÍA group exhibition (open to all, please email RSVP@herclique.com to confirm attendance)

A PROFECÍA (in Portuguese Prophecy) is a group exhibition guest-curated by Filipka Rutkowska. The show explores the concept of the female experience as a tool for imagining and forecasting the future.

The artworks created by eleven female artists originating from Central and Eastern Europe paired with design objects by five Portugal-based women designers present different strategies for thinking about what is to come. Ranging from occultist practices and mythologies to present-day utopias, the works create a spectrum of different sensibilities that may shape our world. At the same time, the exhibition asks the question of how the female experience can help us deal with the unknown and the unfamiliar. We hope for this joint presentation to encourage a dialogue between Europe's East and West perspectives through the lenses of fine art and design.


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Founded in 2020 by Izabela Depczyk as a curated platform for specially commissioned artworks, Her Clique has opened its flagship exhibition space in Lisbon, Portugal.

 

Her Clique represents a diverse group of women and non-binary artists who work across different media including painting, sculpture, textile, performance, photography and video art. The gallery is located in the heart of Lisbon’s historic Alfama district, the building dates back to the 16th century and has been fully remodeled to be the art salon that brings together the local and international community of current and next generation artists and collectors.

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Please e-mail hi@herclique.com to request
the exhibition catalogue.

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