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  • PELE E PEDRA – Ana Rito


    Texts by Isabel Nogueira, João Silvério, Ana Rito (PT/EN) Ana Rito investigates the presence of the body and the image. And when attentive to the perception modes and a sense of permanence, she also researches the relationships established over time and space. The reference of the title to skin and stone invokes the succession of strata and the density that makes up the matter, but also the way the artist approaches her work. In these works, the human figure is predominantly alone and in tension. The action arises from a relationship with the environment and with the objects that populate it, often reported to the body. And the way light shifts reinforces the expressiveness of matter, which is already accentuated.



    This book brings together five collaborative moments between Pedro Cabrita Reis and both P28 and P31 associations. These associations explore the relationship between the city, “non-places” and culture by taking action on social responsibility, working with artists/patients of the plastic arts studio of the rehabilitation service of the Psychiatric Hospital Center in Lisbon. “The Others” is the first collaboration documented here and is a project based on the exchange of roles between Pedro Cabrita Reis and the artists/patients. In this creative process, Pedro Cabrita Reis plays the role of a matrix - the model reproduced by artists/patients together with a sculptural intervention by Pedro Cabrita Reis.

  • JETSET DI STREET – Germes Gang


    A crew/art project based in Portugal and now in Berlin. Their first interest was to create some kind of graff that didn’t exist before, something mega dirty, mega trashy, and the ultimate badass style, but always with some kind of humor behind it, ironical and evil, something really bad in all senses.

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    242 HASHTAGS – Patrik Mollwing

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    Patrik Mollwing is an illustrator and art director, and his colorful, fluid style feels loose and wibbly with characters made up of long limbs and soft-edged shapes. He depicts a colorful cast of forms including bendy wrestlers, Norse mythology figures, and sweaty runners. Recently he’s been broadening his practice by creating gifs and wigglegrams, which suit his style perfectly, with the movement making his work feel even more fluid.

  • YOU COULD FEEL THE PLASTIC – Ricardo Passaporte


    Ricardo Passaporte's body of work is deeply engaged with the history of Pop, underscoring the evolving relationship between art and commerce as well as articulating the parallels between graffiti’s custom of tagging and the same repetitive, identity-driven practice of the corporate logo. By appropriating these logos as his artistic tag, Passaporte disrupts the relationship between brand and consumer.



    It will be a hundred years since the revolutionary explosion of October 1917 that launched Russia in the path of modernity. It was with this in mind that the curatorial team invited a significant cast of contemporary artists to produce posters with the main purpose of expanding to our contemporaneity that moment of alterity and dialectical conjunction between Modernism and Revolution. By analogy or in a more deferred and less mimetic attitude, they contrast the straitjacket that is the political message with the experience of freedom and conceptual provocation that defines the art of the twentieth century and that which is defined at the threshold of this century. Artists: Albuquerque Mendes, Alice Geirinhas, Ana Boavida, Ana Catarina Fragoso, Ana Pérez-Quiroga, Ana Rito, António Melo, António Olaio, António Silveira Gomes, Armando Azevedo, Avelino Sá, Beatriz Albuquerque, Bruce Gilchrist, Bruna Sousa, Daniel Nave, Elisa Pône, Felippe Moraes, Fernando José Pereira, Fernando J. Ribeiro, Francisco Queirós, Isaura Pena, Jo Joelson, Joana Monteiro, João Bicker, João Fonte Santa, João Silvério – Empty Cube, José Maçãs de Carvalho, José Maria Cunha, José Pedro Croft, Luís Alegre, Manuel João Vieira, Miguel Ângelo Rocha, Miguel Palma, Miguel Soares, Nuno Coelho, Nuno Sousa Vieira, Paul Hardman, Paulo Mendes, Pedro Amaral, Pedro Cabral Santo, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Pedro Calapez, Pedro Pousada, Pedro Proença, Pedro Sousa Vieira, Pedro Tudela, Pedro Valdez Cardoso, R2 – Artur Rebelo and Lizá Ramalho, Rita Castro Neves, Rita Gaspar Vieira, Rodrigo Oliveira, Rui Matos, São Trindade, Susana Chiocca, Susana Mendes Silva, Vanda Madureira, Vânia Rovisco, Victor Pires Vieira, Vladimir Pliassov, Zulmiro de Carvalho

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    Propeller was born to promote the space given to photographic expression, but above all to think about the limits of its aesthetics, aiming at sharing original content. In addition to the publication of portfolios and visual essays by authors recognized by the public, at Propeller we’re focused on sharing new prespectives, that somehow potentiate a critical approach to the field of photography. With a semiannual periodicity, Propeller is a project by HÉLICE‘s team

  • 2016 – Bráulio Amado


    “In 2016 I did more than a hundred posters. This is a collection of (almost) all of them. I took some out because they were really really really bad. Others I just couldn’t find the high res files.”

  • ARQUIVO E INTERVALO – José Maçãs de Carvalho


    This book brings together four texts that approach four films around the subject of the archive and which somehow epitomize key issues of photographic and videographic practice. Since 2010, the artist’s practice has been exclusively around issues relating to the archive and its expressiveness. At the same time, this project gave rise to an academic research that crossed practice and thinking, spreading to several exhibitions.



    Don’t all comics tell stories? How can a comic be abstract? Luis Alegre plays with the possibility of comics which tell no stories other than those that result from the transformation and interaction of shapes across the page. Reduced to the most basic elements of comics — the panel grid, brushstrokes, and colors — these abstract comics highlight the combination of abstraction and sequential art, resulting in work that is often surprisingly humorous or emotionally disturbing.

  • BEGÓNIA – Gonçalo Duarte


    noun Plant native to the warm regions, grown for its decorative foliage and for their brightly colored flowers that range from pink to deep red.

  • DOUBLE CHECK YOU’RE ALONE – Aaron Elvis Jupin


    “Cartoons and erotica have much in common — fantasy, desire, an adipose sense of volume. Aaron Elvis Jupin assembles these polarities of play and smut, refracting their constituent parts to form a visual cosmology that crawls over paintings, onto walls, into various vintage ephemera. The results layer innuendo and innocence; a declension of glyphs sticking their tongue out at the fuddy duddiness of words.” Christina Catherine Martinez, An Interview with Artist Aaron Elvis Jupin,

  • HORTUS – Maria Condado


    This book is a graphic voyage through the history of gardens. As in a card deck, everything is shuffled and dealt again. A portable landscape in book format.

  • UPPERCUT – André Carrilho


    A selection of works developed for the last 2 years, among which the cartoons that evoke the Charlie Hebdo attack, Muhammad Ali’s death or the 15 years after New York’s 9/11.

  • BOOTLEG GROCERY low budget – Germes Gang


    A crew/art project based in Portugal and now in Berlin. Their first interest was to create some kind of graff that didn’t exist before, something mega dirty, mega trashy, and the ultimate badass style, but allways with some kind of humor behind it, ironical and evil, something really bad in all senses.

  • BUTT-BUDDIES – C. W. Moss


    One-sentence summary: A visual exploration of what happens when two men come together.

  • SEBENTA DO DIABO – Mantraste


    [The Devil’s Seed] is an illustrated grimoire containing several tales about rituals of occultism, passion, spells and popular conjurations.



    “Instead of glorifying powers, I want to expose the vulnerabilities of cartoon characters and comic book icons usually portrayed as invincible characters who never get sick or die. They become, in the universe of my works, fragile and mortal characters - metaphors of an announced decadence.”

  • [NO TWITTER] / [NO NOTHING] – Luís Alegre


    Imagine, for example, birds. When they look out at the world, they have a sense that they are alive. If they are in pain, they can do something about it. If they have hunger or thirst, they can satisfy that. It’s this basic feeling that there is life ticking away inside of you. António Damásio, Los Angeles Times, Conversations in science interview Birds are a miracle because they prove to us there is a finer, simpler state of being which we may strive to attain. Douglas Coupland, Life After God


    53 drawings on handmade paper Original work (price upon request)



    Face drawings done in live drawing sessions and that more than one approach to the portrait, depart from physionomy to pure plasticity of formal games. These heads (thinking about each other) are here accompanied by plant drawings that abstract and reinvent an imaginary botany. Abstract plants as thought? Here, opening the possibility of a connection between the mind and the traditional ornamental vocation of plants, perhaps it is above all to emphasize the very plasticity of thought. João Silverio writes regarding the purpose of Olaio’s work, they «... are always works whose contents are in transit, and so continue. In addition to conducting these formal games, being “in transit” can be a way to synthesize the very work of this artist in the way it faces the nomadic nature of conceptual games.»

  • VISUAL MANIFESTO – Alice Geirinhas


    Alice’s second book is a manifesto in the form of an artist’s book which, in the words of the artist, imprints “memories and transgressions explained in patterns”.

  • BOOTLEG GROCERY – Germes Gang


    A crew/art project based in Portugal and now in Berlin. Their first interest was to create some kind of graff that didn’t exist before, something mega dirty, mega trashy, and the ultimate badass style, but allways with some kind of humor behind it, ironical and evil, something really bad in all senses.



    This book is a visual potpourri of a society that was thought invulnerable and believed eternity was about that brief moment of zero gravity when the world is perfect!  

  • CORNER – Miguel Vieira Baptista


    The drawings - glorious, detailed, rigorosos- are gathered in a beautiful book. They are technical drawings, and all appear at least once in the book full scale. They are technical testimony, precision, but more than that, they are testimonies of love. Only a crazy person in love could spend 90 minutes, two hours around a corner to make such a beautiful thing. It takes dedication, kindness, treat muscle. The designs are made of graphite, and painted a felt pen or brush with a crazy care not to drip. Yes, it’s crazy. Yes, it is beautiful.

  • BROWSING – Pedro Amaral


    With these exercises, Pedro Amaral keeps the foundation and working method of appropriation by making a selection of images from both books and illustrated encyclopedias, but also from files or the Internet. But what stands out is the white paper, the treatment of the line, the fine features that contribute to the lightness and print a refined and detailed materiality. A determinant characteristic of this work is also the efficient operation of the ink, blue and black, used in the natural landscape motifs and figuration of human activity.

  • LIVRO DE PINTURAS I – Martinho Costa


    Martinho’s first paintings book mimics the original book series the artist developed daily. With six books simultaneously opened in the studio, Martinho painted with oil on a different book each day, letting the paint dry during the rest of the time and starting all over again the following week. This is the first of six books of that series.

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    This book is a sequel to Olaio’s canvas with the same title and comes with a 7” vinyl with two versions of the song Yellow Birds in the Shade, a happy melancholy. A limited art object with an original handmade drawing on each cover, making each copy unique.

  • THE CABINET OF DR ALICE – Alice Geirinhas


    This is a kind of image repository that ultimately builds (or rebuilds) a fictional biography of the artist. Not so much a collection of Geirinhas’ images, but a kind of return to her personal memory. We find here the artist’s drawings, some of which are from that recognizable series, produced in scratchboard, but others made with ballpoint or cheap markers, perhaps more remote chronologically speaking, or the result of relaxation exercises, scribbles to support the thought. But we also find images “found” or “appropriated”, in the form of photocopies, scans, pictures of all kinds of graphic qualities: children’s books, paper dolls to dress, multiplication tables of illustrations and traditional tales, recipes book guards, book covers, advertising sheets, an excerpt of a text in Spanish conservative tinge to the woman, and the everlasting Crónica Feminina.

  • 54 NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS – João Fonte Santa


    Kept secluded and in inaccessible areas, nuclear power plants are just redeemed of invisibility through their inclusion in the databases of the Internet, where some general plans are eventually to be confused with any other industrial plant structure and therefore instill an acknowledgment that dilutes suspicions about the operations developing in its interior. João Fonte Santa takes into account the marketing strategies that support the ambivalence of public opinion on these energy sources, which eventually dissipate and even mute the threat hanging over the horizon. The use of watercolor, unlike oil or acrylic, lacks thickness and uniformity to give it body and presence, so images apear to be prints and assume an utopian dimension.

  • RETROFITTING – Miguel Palma


    “It isn’t a moralist manifesto, or a radical denunciation. Retrofitting is an allegory to the sense of negativity that flits between necessity and survival. Unlike the beautifying / stultifying impetus of tuning, in which young people spend all their energy on purchasing extras, Miguel Palma will transform a 1972 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow… into an ordinary automobile, stripped of its luxury trappings. This is an anti-necessity. It’s a form of blasphemy, for some.” Miguel von Hafe Pérez, Retrothinking With photos by Luís Silva Campos, this customized catalog documents the construction and presentation of Retrofitting, built at DST Group and exhibited on May 10th, 2014 at Galeria Mário Sequeira, Braga.

  • STEALING BOOKS – Yvonne Winnefeld


    An hommage to Abbie Hoffman’s Steal this Book. Written in 1970, the book exemplified the counterculture of the sixties, mainly focusing on ways to fight the government, and against corporations in any way possible. The section “Survive!” describes techniques of obtaining “free” things through legal and extra-legal means to survive “on the run.” It includes chapters on how to acquire food, clothing, furniture, transportation, land, housing, education, medical care, communication, entertainment, money, dope, and other assorted items and services. Suggestions include the use of slugs, taking advantage of government and church hand-outs, and a variety of shoplifting techniques. On the success of the book, Hoffman was quoted as saying, “It’s embarrassing when you try to overthrow the government and you wind up on the Best Seller’s List.”

  • UNPACKING – José Maçãs de Carvalho


    “Unpacking” summarizes, on an experimental basis, the process of meaning of photographic images taken over more than twenty years, from the author’s archive. The work “Bilder Atlas” of Aby Warburg (1866-1929) and two key ideas: the “law-of-good-neighborly” that would create “non-hierarchical” relations between images, and also a “iconology of the interval” concept to define the significance relationships between images and their relational tensions, are taken as cultural reference and stylistic matrix. This book can be an “atlas-of-image” which condenses in power, the traffic between the unique and the universal, the private and the public, image and language, in a retrospective and self-reflection process in order to understand the formal and conceptual universe of the author’s file.

  • FLIP-BANG – Soraya Vasconcelos


    The four flip-books that make up this edition show four explosions: a quarry blast, the shattering of a brick, a house exploding and the splintering of a group of trees. On the inside cover the phrase “the immobile dissolves into such disorder” can be read.

  • RED LABEL – Toyze


    Emoticons we use every day in our e-mails, SMS and online publications in general, have inspired these images. They are powerful and colorful drawings born of small sketches in notebooks during meetings that Zé attends regularly, capturing the moods of the artist and the political and cultural zeitgeist. We are to live again a time of rapid change. As in street art, these laughs and grimaces capture the same urgent and unconventional visual literacy as writing on walls. They are essentially a radical speech. As meta-digital drawings, these masks, in their vector form, work at the same time as moldings or potencies of future identities.

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    GREY MATTER – Miguel Palma

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    It all started during the summer. With plenty of sun and heat Miguel Palma missed the winter and decided to think of gray. “There is a kind of nostalgia,” he said. However it is very difficult to paint in gray and so he got some pantones that he brought from the United States, with colors used in construction in Arizona, where he was in residence for a year. From the pantones he did an exercise that falls within the Abstract Expressionism and dripping, and from there he began telling stories. “I’ve cut out pictures and phrases from books and magazines. Each drawing refers to a day thinking about a certain subject,” he says. These were painted daily for 2 months, resulting in 46 drawings.

  • [NO AUDIO] box – Luís Alegre

    Box containing: 2 giclée prints (600 x 600 mm) 1 [ NO AUDIO ] book

  • [NO AUDIO] – Luís Alegre


    [NO AUDIO] displays a series of images which reveal particular moments, more or less known from the worlds of cinema, fashion or advertising. But also vernacular images that any of us could make and spread on the web. The vast majority of images have captions written, a fact that ultimately guides the viewers to a wide spectrum of interpretations and literary imagery. There is a somewhat paradoxical idea in these works that I deliberately wanted to explore, which ultimately situates these pieces on the border between sorrow and joy, between “I’ve felt this before” and “what the fuck is this?”.