Anozero’17 biennale consists in a sole exhibition split between several spaces in the city, using some of its patrimonial highlights — from the 700 years old University, to abandoned convents and all the area that is now UNESCO’s World Heritage.
The exhibition works about several meanings of the idea of reparation and healing — whether in individual and subjective terms, or in collective terms —, about the city and its wounds. In this sense, some artists were invited to make specific works for the biennale, with important approaches on the city’s own history and its idiosyncrasies. In other cases, we asked for works belonging to institutions and private collectors for their relevance in the scope of this theme.

Alexandre Estrela

Ângela Ferreira

Danh Vō

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster

Fernanda Fragateiro

Francis Alÿs

Gabriela Albergaria

Gustavo Sumpta

James Lee Byars

Jimmie Durham

José Maçãs de Carvalho

Julião Sarmento

Louise Bourgeois

Lucas Arruda

Manon Harrois & Sara Bichão

Marwa Arsanios

Pedro Barateiro

Rubens Mano

Salomé Lamas

Sara Bichão

William Kentridge


Levantar o Mundo

Matt Mullican

Paloma Bosquê

Buhlebezwe Siwani

Céline Condorelli

Ernesto de Sousa
Franklin Vilas Boas

Henrique Pavão

Jill Magid

Jonathan Uliel Saldanha

Jonathas de Andrade

Kader Attia

João Fiadeiro

Juan Araujo

João Onofre