"A Time Coloured Space" in Serralves between February 3rd and May 7

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The Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art features the exhibition "A Time Coloured Space", by French artist Philippe Parreno.

The exhibition opens today, February 3 and is curated by Suzanne Cotter, The Museum Director.

Philippe Parreno is an artist and director. He studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Grenoble and at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Plastic Arts in the Palais de Tokyo. This is the first time that Parreno showcases his work in Portugal.

The exhibition occupies the entire building of the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, and it is structured around the ideas of series and repetition, referring to three fundamental dimensions: sound, space and time.

To mark the launch of the exhibition, pianist Mikhail Rudy will perform Shostakovich's Fugue, No. 24 in D-Minor. 

British novelist Adam Thirlwell collaborates with Paris-based artist Philippe Parreno in this exhibition organized by the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art with a written publication