Wed, 15 May 2019 11:24 - Updated Wed, 15 May 2019 11:24
Angolan plastic artist displays at Palácio Foz in Lisbon
Luanda - The Angolan writer and plastic artist Isabel Ferreira is due to display the collection entitled "Restos, Retalhos, Atalhos Poéticos" on Saturday at Palácio Foz (Restauradores), in Lisbon, Portugal.
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writer and plastic artist Isabel Ferreira (file)
The exhibition is a set of poems, thoughts and saying written in African fabric.
Isabel Ferreira uses several materials such as the Angolan fabric samacaca, burlap, paper and cork.
The exhibition will run from May 18 to June 3.
Several African artists are also due to display their artistic products in the event namely Braima Galissa, Bela Lemos, Chalo Correia, Dilia Fraguito, Filipa Campos, Erica Jamece, Dino George, Edy Shine, Kissamá, Paulo Pacas, Sónia Gomes and others.
Isabel Ferreira was born in May 24 of 1958 in Luanda. The writer and plastic artist is also a law graduate.
She has released several books such as:
Laços de Amor (poetry, 1995)
Caminhos Ledos (poetry, 1996)
Nirvana (poetry, 2004)
À Margem das Palavras Nuas (poetry, 2007)
Fernando daqui (novel, 2007)
O Guardador de Memórias
O Coelho Conselheiro Matreiro e Outros Contos Que Eu Te Conto (infanto-juvenil, 2012)
O Leito do Silêncio (poetry, 2014).
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