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Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa
© Pedro Sadio
© Pedro Sadio
© José Frade

The White Pavilion

  • Original Authors:
  • Daniela Ermano
  • (1994)

This is one of the five municipal galleries managed by EGEAC devoted to the promotion and dissemination of visual arts. It is a space built in the gardens of the Pimenta Palace—formerly a summer farm and today the City Museum—specifically to become an exhibition space for contemporary art. It is a two-floor structural triptych, symmetrical and generously glazed to the North and East, located at one end of the garden, away from the street and noise. A plain finishing in shades of white was chosen, both on the self-levelling concrete floor and on the painted walls. The building encourages exhibitions designed specifically to question its setting and spatial dimensions, and the curatorial programming allows for longer assembly and duration times of the exhibitions.

Palácio Pimenta, Campo Grande, 245
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