(ENG) Hello, after a slow down here in the blog to enjoy the spring sun and to meet some deadlines, we are back with news and updates. Our first post is about the amazing exhibition of the portuguese artist Miguel Palma on display in CAM - Centro Arte Moderna. The exhibition is running only until the 3rd of July so take two hours and go to see it if you are around Lisbon. Some text about the exhibition:

"This is a mid-career exhibition of Miguel Palma (Lisbon, 1964), one of the most productive Portuguese artists of his generation, whose work has gradually left its mark on the international scene. The title of the exhibition refers to one of the principal characteristics of this artist’s work, the creation of sculptures and objects positioned somewhere between the mechanical and the artistic; between the sphere of engineering and architecture on the one hand, and the world of art on the other; between the natural and the artificial.

This exhibition of Miguel Palma displays 170 artworks by the Portuguese artist, and approximately 70 per cent of all the works on show feature a technical mechanism (movement, sound…)."

Miguel Palma / 
15 April to 3 July 2011
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation’s CAM – Centro de Arte Moderna