The CIAJG’s second exhibition cycle is divided into two stages – starting with Leopard in a Cage, by Julião Sarmento, Floating World, by Pedro A.H. Paixão, and Flamingo’s Lips; followed, from September onwards, by Ann Hamilton.
Continuing the approach adopted in our previous exhibitions, this new exhibition cycle will forge a dialogue with the collection and the transversal themes that underpin its creation. Among other issues, it will highlight the geometry of the relationship between man and animal, halfway between detached observation and the will to become involved, as if – by observing the strange animal kingdom – we might nostalgically and simultaneously glimpse our past and the impossibility of an idyllic future.