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During the past years, Lisbon has opened itself up to new trends and artistic manifestations. Evidence of this is ARTE LISBOA, an act of culture that brings together modernity and internationality.

The Portuguese Industrial Association / International Fair of Lisbon is proud to present an event that is a part of the cultural calendar in Lisbon and Portugal. ARTE LISBOA transcends the traditional concept of an art fair due to its power in diffusing and portraying the latest art tendencies to an evermore interested and increasing public.

Our aim is to consolidate the national art market and mark this sector’s international calendar, by converting ARTE LISBOA into a unique and authentic socio-cultural happening as well as an international landmark. We are expecting your visit from the 9th to the 13th November, at FIL

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Galerien: Galeria 111, 24b, 23 Y 12 (Cuba), Alejandro Sales (SP), Alvarez, Ángeles Baños (SP), Annta Gallery (SP), Antiks Design, António Prates, Art Lounge, Arte Periférica, Arte y Naturaleza (SP), Arteko (SP), ArtFit, Arthobler, Baginsky Contemporary-Photography, Bolsa de Arte (BR), Carlos Carvalho, Celma Albuquerque (BR), Christa Schübbe (D), Cristina Guerra, Cubic, Dovin (HUN), Fernando Santos, Filomena Soares, Fonseca Macedo, Graça Brandão, Hartmann (SP), João Esteves de Oliveira, Jorge Shirley, Kunsthaus Santa Fé (MEX), La Caja China (SP), La Caja Negra (SP), Lisboa 20, María Llanos (SP), Mário Sequeira, MCO, Minimal, Módulo, Monumental, Palmira Suso, Pedro Cera, Pedro Oliveira, Pedro Peña (SP), Pedro Serrenho, Plumba, Presença, Quadrado Azul, Quattro, Renate Schroeder (D), Sacramento, Sala Maior, São Francisco, São Mamede, Serpente, Sete, Siboney (SP), Sicart (SP), Sopro, Tráfico de Arte (SP), Trema, Trindade, Valbom, Vera Cortês, VPF Cream Arte.

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ARTE LISBOA 2006