opening date

16 February 2017

closing date

11 June 2017

Helena Almeida / Pintura habitada, 1975. Colección Fundação de Serralves – Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Porto. Foto de Filipe Braga
Helena Almeida / Seduzir, 2002
Helena Almeida / Sin titulo, 1969
Helena Almeida / Pintura habitada, 1976-77
Helena Almeida / Ouve-me, 1979
Helena Almeida / Dentro de mim (Dentro de mí), 1998
Helena Almeida / Seduzir (Seducir), 2002
Helena Almeida / Untitled, 2010

gallery G7

  • Planta -1
  • Planta B
  • Planta 1
  • Planta 2
  • Planta 3

Corpus shows work by the Portuguese artist Helena Almeida, examining what she has done in painting, photography, video and drawing during a period of nearly fifty years. The exhibition will highlight the importance of the body – a record, occupying and defining space – and its performative encounter with the world in Almeida’s work from the mid 1960s to the present day.

Helena Almeida established herself in the 1970s as an important figure in performance and conceptual art and is considered one of the great contemporary Portuguese artists.

She was born in 1934 in Lisbon, which was where she lived and worked, exploring and questioning traditional forms of expression, especially painting, driven by a constant desire to go beyond pictorial limits.

This exhibition is a co-production between the IVAM, the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, the Jeu de Paume Museum and the Wiels Museum

Helena Almeida. Corpus

gallery G7




João Ribas and Marta Almeida