Exhibitions

Unlimited Creations

Unlimited Creations

“Creation myths explain in metaphorical terms our sense of who we are in the context of the world, and in so doing they reveal our real priorities, as well as our real prejudices. Our images of creation say a great deal about who we are.” (David A. Leeming, Creation Myths of the World) Around 40,000 […]

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Mechanics Of Reality

Mechanics Of Reality

In the 60s, a group of artists composed of Nam June Paik and Shuya Abe, Tom Shannon and Edward Ihnatowicz, began experimenting with robotics. Their artworks, closer to robots than to paintings or videos, made use of sensors and AI to move and respond to the environment, interacting with human spectators. This decade, which proved […]

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Brinks Of Perception

Brinks Of Perception

Artemis Gallery has the pleasure to present Brinks of Perception, an exhibition that will put in dialogue the artworks of Damjanski (USA), Filippo Minelli (IT), Gabe BC (USA) and Lauren Moffatt (AUS). This dialogue’s aim is to show that the brinks, between what we consider to be real or imagined, has fallen. Our minds have […]

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Digital Bodies

Digital Bodies

Digital Bodies 24/9 – 5/11 Using the digital world as a narrator itself, this exhibition shows the works of three artists – Dagmar Schürrer, Patricia Detmering and Rebekka Friedli – who deal with the virtual as a new space of possibilities. Through augmented reality, virtual reality and video, it is the technology that reveals the […]

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Night’s Light, Body and Turtle

Night’s Light, Body and Turtle

Night’s Light, Body and Turtle 23/7 – 27/8 Night’s Light, Body and Turtle, by Giuseppe Gonella, puts the viewer in front of a research field, in which the artist refers to “an human condition” and “digs deeply between introspection and the desire for freedom”. Besides this visual discovery, Mauro Zanchi’s essay promises that the artist […]

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GOOGOL

GOOGOL

GOOGOL 28/5 – 26/6   GOOGOL is the third collective exhibition of Artemis Gallery, a new and innovative gallery project in Lisbon, with the following artists participation: Arno Beck, Gil Ferrão, Giovanni Chiamenti, Martin Lukác and Raphael Brunk.   This theme, made up from a single word and a large number, translates a certain fascination […]

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Electric Dreams

Electric Dreams

Electric Dreams 1/4 – 1/5   Electric Dreams are an embryo of power and energy, interaction and contemplation, of physical and material space, both explored in a dreamlike way. If a dream can suggest an extra-reality state, a daydream can be an utopian way to pursue the meaning of existence itself. From a dream, certain […]

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An Endless Flow

An Endless Flow

An Endless Flow 5/2 – 6/3   In recent years, the theme of identity has once again become a field of investigation for many artists and thinkers. At the same time, is has also become an area of political and ideological clashes between those who see it as an immutable reserve of socio-cultural values to […]

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