The Journal of the Municipal Galleries is a platform for research and reflection that relates the Galleries’ current programme with the history of its five exhibition spaces. Departing from the most recent initiatives, the Journal reactivates archive material and publishes conversations, commissioned essays and artistic contributions. Adopting a multidisciplinary perspective, the Journal works with several formats of text and image and is conceived as a laboratory open to participation and debate.

29.07.2021
Cut Down The Middle
Dasha Birukova
15.04.2021
It’s going to take a bit more than that – Interview with Kiluanji Kia Henda
Daniel Peres, Luísa Cardoso, João Gaspar (Galerias Municipais), Kiluanji Kia Henda
09.03.2021
Interview with Rui Sanches in the context of the exhibition “Espelho / Mirror”
Pedro Gonçalves (Galerias Municipais), Rui Sanches
01.03.2021
The World in Images – Essay for Under the Ground
Sara Castelo Branco
24.02.2021
Philippe, Ricardo, Lisbonne
João Gaspar (Galerias Municipais)
18.02.2021
How Culture can Crystallize Racism
Mamadou Ba
12.02.2021
A conversation around the exhibition “Rural Topographies”
Claire de Santa Coloma, Catarina Rosendo, Tobi Maier
27.01.2021
Something imminent in immanence: the chant of muted objects
Camilla Bonzanigo
14.01.2021
About the first performance of Mattin’s Expanding Concert (2019–2023)
Bárbara Silva
22.12.2020
Is God a Communist?
Ana Sophie Salazar
19.05.2020
The luxury of making sense
Claire Fontaine
19.05.2020
The memory of images “Hoje, nada”
Sérgio Mah