Wednesday, 1 August 2007


Lisbon is a city of contrasts, and among other things, best known for its mirror-like river, almost blinding light, easy access to beaches and leisure, and all things related with a southern way of life. Although not always associated with cutting-edge art, things seem to be changing with the recent opening of Museu Berardo.
In a modern white space filled with contemporary art pieces which represent more than 70 art movements, there's something for everybody, including works by James Rielly, Robert Bechtle (pictured here), Andy Warhol, Yvan Salonome, Sigmar Polke, Hans Harp, Balthus, and many more.

Museu Colecção Berardo at Praça do Império, Belém, 1449-003 Lisboa.
( Written and Photographed by Lola )

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