Grandes Vidas Portuguesas Exhibition

15 Jul 2017, 10:00 to 16 Aug 2017, 20:00

Fabrica Features Lisboa

 

Imprensa Nacional and Pato Lógico invite their readers to visit the illustrations’ exhibition of the collection Grandes Vidas Portuguesas (Great Portuguese Lives), at Fabrica Features Lisboa, from 15 July to 16 August. The exhibition presents the illustrations of 12 biographies of personalities that stood out in different domains of the Portuguese history, published between 2014 and 2017.
Imprensa Nacional (Official Printing Office) publishes essential works of universal and Portuguese culture, assuring the transmission of bibliographic heritage of Portuguese language. Pato Lógico is a publishing house that makes books, creates and develops design projects. Both publishing houses have an educational service that works with schools, libraries and companies.

TItles of the collection:

Fernando Pessoa, the boy who was many poets
Text by José Jorge Letria
Illustrations by João Fazenda

Aníbal Milhais, a hero named Millions
Texto by José Jorge Letria
Illustrations by Nuno Saraiva

Almada Negreiros, long live Almada, Pim!
Text by José Jorge Letria
Illustrations by Tiago Albuquerque

Salgueiro Maia, the man of the liberty tank
Text by José Jorge Letria
Illustrations by António Jorge Gonçalves

Aristides de Sousa Mendes, a man of courage
Text by José Jorge Letria
Illustrations by Alex Gozblau

Ana de Castro Osório, the woman who voted for literature
Text by Carla Maia de Almeida
Illustrations by Marta Monteiro

Alfredo Keil, our country first
Text by José Fanha
Illustrations by Susana Carvalhinhos

Azeredo Perdigão, an happy encounter
Text by António Torrado
Illustrations by Susa Monteiro

José Saramago, man-river
Text by Inês Fonseca Santos
Illustrations by João Maio Pinto

Alexandre Serpa Pinto, the lost Africa dreamer
Text by Luís Almeida Martins
Illustrations by Filipe Abranches

Antónia Ferreira, a landscape designer
Text by João Paulo Cotrim
Illustrations by Pedro Lourenço

Marquesa de Alorna, dear Leonor
Text by Luísa V. de Paiva Boléo
Illustrations by André Carrilho