Amagao Gallery of Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau officially held its second exhibition yesterday to celebrate Portugal Day (formally Portugal Day, Camon, the Portuguese community).

Portuguese National Day is celebrated annually by Portuguese around the world to commemorate the death of the Portuguese poet and symbol of national literature, Luis de Camon, on June 10, 1580. ..

The exhibition, entitled “Lusography”, presents 70 different artworks by 24 Portuguese artists, including sculpture, serigraphy and print art. Paula Rego was described by the BBC as an artist who helped “change the world with imaginative and magical artwork.” According to Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau, so is Vieirada Silva, a pioneer of European Abstract Expressionism known for his obsession with perspective.

“This is a special way to celebrate Portugal’s National Foundation Day and the art and culture within it,” said Jose I. Duarte, Managing Partner of the Amagao Gallery.

Rutger Verschuren, General Manager of Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau, said: Art brings color to our lives and entertains us. ”

The Amagao Gallery, located in the main lobby on the ground floor of the hotel, is managed by Galleria 57 (Macau). The Lusografia exhibition is open daily from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm, except Monday, September 4th. Admission is free.

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