Inês de Castro, a rainha morta e outras personagens desencantadas

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An exhibition that brings color, shapes and “carries memories, provocations and questions about the world” to the various rooms of the Interpretive Center at the Mosteiro de Santa Clara a Velha in Coimbra, Portugal. 
Inês de Castro, the dead queen, António Saint Silvestre, 2000, 187 x 75 x 62 cm, © Paulo Cunha Martins

António Saint Silvestre creates "a oneiric and magical spectacle inhabited by small characters who denounce, with a naive and childlike air, in a serious and sad way, the pains of humanity".


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