The exhibition features around 40 works by Joana Vasconcelos dotted around the former royal household and features “The Bride”, “Independent Heart” and “Marilyn.”
In an internet-based survey, 51% of Portuguese citizens self-identifying themselves as members of the LGBT community expressed having experienced discrimination or harassment over the last year due to their sexual orientation against a European Union average of 47%.
PDV caught up with the British author and local correspondent for the Associated Press who has called Portugal home for over 25 years, sharing his insight on the country, its people and what makes it worthwhile living here despite the centuries-old crisis.
The fair includes live demonstrations of local products by nine craftsmen and a gastronomy exhibition.
The Tourism Confederation of Portugal on Wednesday rejected a proposal by the municipalities to levy a local tax on revenues from lodging.
What was once a grand manufacturing complex in Alcântara, is now a creative and dynamic space for everything from art, fashion and fine arts to architecture, music and food.
The Portuguese magician Luís de Matos became one of three winners of the Golden Grolla award alongside peers Lu Chen and Dynamo, from China and the United Kingdom, respectively.
The spending freeze was the first direct consequence of the Constitutional Court rejecting around €1.36bn in spending cuts and will remain in effect until new state spending targets are established.
Landscape architect Gonçalo Ribeiro Telles was announced as the Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe 2013 Landscape Architecture award winner on Wednesday. The architect has been responsible for a series of landmark projects with his works in and around Lisbon.
PDV paid a visit to leading Portuguese neuroscientist Rui Costa, last year’s recipient of the Young Investigator Award and one of the contributors to the ambitious Human Brain Project.