The Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Elvas will present new works from the António Cachola collection, in “Caminhos Cruzados, José Pedro Croft na Coleção António Cachola”.
“Crossed Paths” speaks of the great complicity between the collector António Cachola and the artist José Pedro Croft.
A solo exhibition that takes up the entire MACE, where there will be around 60 works of sculpture, drawing and etchings, which have been brought together since 1997 and over these last 25 years. With a curatorship shared between the collector and the artist, the works will be installed, highlighting the spatial relationships between one another, and with their surrounding architecture.
The monumental work, created in 2007 for the inauguration of the Museum, will be presented again, using the four corners of the largest room. At the same time, another central work, made later on with the same elements will also be presented.
The exhibition is part of the celebrations of the 15th anniversary of the installation of the Museum.
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