One of the largest exhibitions in the 35 years of FLAD’s Collection is now available on this virtual tour. For those who did not have the opportunity to visit MAAT’s Central Tejo or want to remember the explosion of color and light of this exhibition representative of Portuguese contemporary art history.

To exhibit FLAD’s collection and making it publicly accessible to all  has always been one of the administration’s goals from day one. Despite the restrictions, this project was implemented on September 22nd of last year.

228 artworks by 61 artists of various generations, mostly Portuguese, rushed the rooms of MAAT’s Central Tejo for this exhibition. Feast. Fury. Femina – Works from FLAD’s Collection., a curatorial proposal by António Pinto Ribeiro and Sandra Vieira Jürgens.

The restrictions resulting from the pandemic and a new confinement did not allow us to give the deserved spotlight to this exhibition. Therefore, FLAD decided to build this virtual tour that recreates in detail this very luminous vision of this set of artworks.

If there are proposals that make us think about the emblematic relationship between drawing and writing, there are others that lead us to think about how performativity is printed in processes of representation, and others that allow us to reflect on the intimate relationship between political-social swings and art creation.

It would be hard to think of a name that could so well represent all this abundance of expressions, techniques, colors, mediums, times, rhythms and tensions, as Feast. Fury. Femina. The nucleus of artworks that we can identify during this virtual exhibition explore the most diverse artistic genres, through drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, photography and tapestry.

To access Feast. Fury. Femina.’s virtual exhibition, click here.

We hope you enjoy this experience at least as much as we do.

And that we’ll get back together soon.