The IMAGO LISBOA Photo Festival is a landmark event in the national and international photography panorama.

In 2022 in this 4th edition, Disturbances are the concept of aggregation of the festival.

The current society has lived, cyclically, disturbing moments of different intensities and types. Of course, the current pandemic was probably the repeal of the biggest post-World War II disturbance. Its dimension had a globality never before existing, revealing many of the weaknesses of political and economic systems, but also revealing the capacity of the international scientific community to respond. But in addition to this pandemic, there are many other disturbances facing the planet. Pollution and recurrent ecological disasters have been on the agenda of several summits; social and domestic violence have made several headlines; mental and physical disorders have increased; migrations resulting from flight from wars and shortages of livelihoods; financial scandals, there are many examples of possible approach, study and reflection.

Also, we were far from anticipating that after the pandemic in Europe, the war would return. But it is not just in Europe that this scenario torments humanity. Other, more distant stages experience the atrocities of war on a daily basis: Yemen, Afghanistan, and several locations in Africa.

 

 

MNAC – Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea
Harri Palviranta

Battered (2006-2007);
News Portraits (2010-2014);
Choreography of Violence (2015–2020)


Museu da Água - Núcleo dos Barbadinhos
Covid@Alentejo, olhares:

António Carrapato, António Cunha, Augusto Brázio, Maria do Mar Rêgo


SNBA – Sociedade Nacional de Belas-Artes

Pedro Lobo, Um Livro Doloroso

Silja Yvette, Metaphysics of Core Matter

Lisa Kohl, PASSAGE // 32°32’04.7“N117°07‘26.3“W



Galeria Imago Lisboa

Deanna Pizzitelli, Koža, Women & Other Stories



Galeria de Santa Maria Maior

Donna Ferrato, Holy



IPCI – Instituto de Produção Cultural e Imagem

Mafalda Rakos, I want to disappear



Imago Garage

Coletivo IANDÉ

Lalo de Almeida, Pantanal em Chamas

Dayan de Castro, Aere perennius

Gui Christ, Fissura



Carpintarias de São Lázaro

Filippo Zambon, Into the bin

Hannah Kozak, He Threw the Last Punch Too Hard

Smita Sharma, Domestic Servitude trafficking in India

Tariq Zaidi, Sin Salida

Vlad Sokin, Crying Meri



Localização a designar / Soon 

Silvy Crespo, The Land of Elephants

Flávio Andrade, Isolation


MNAC – Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea
Harri Palviranta

Battered (2006-2007);
News Portraits (2010-2014);
Choreography of Violence (2015–2020)


Museu da Água - Núcleo dos Barbadinhos
Covid@Alentejo, olhares:

António Carrapato, António Cunha, Augusto Brázio, Maria do Mar Rêgo


SNBA – Sociedade Nacional de Belas-Artes

Pedro Lobo, Um Livro Doloroso

Silja Yvette, Metaphysics of Core Matter

Lisa Kohl, PASSAGE // 32°32’04.7“N117°07‘26.3“W



Galeria Imago Lisboa

Deanna Pizzitelli, Koža, Women & Other Stories



Galeria de Santa Maria Maior

Donna Ferrato, Holy



IPCI – Instituto de Produção Cultural e Imagem

Mafalda Rakos, I want to disappear



Imago Garage

Coletivo IANDÉ

Lalo de Almeida, Pantanal em Chamas

Dayan de Castro, Aere perennius

Gui Christ, Fissura



Carpintarias de São Lázaro

Filippo Zambon, Into the bin

Hannah Kozak, He Threw the Last Punch Too Hard

Smita Sharma, Domestic Servitude trafficking in India

Tariq Zaidi, Sin Salida

Vlad Sokin, Crying Meri



Localização a designar / Soon 

Silvy Crespo, The Land of Elephants

Flávio Andrade, Isolation


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