Aujourd’hui je dis oui
Galeria Boavista, Lisbon, Portugal, 2016
Exhibiting artists: Ana Manso, Andrew Birk, Antoine Donzeaud, Asger Dybvad Larsen, Béla Pablo Janssen, Benoit Platéus, Ittah Yoda, João Paulo Serafim, Manor Grunewald, Manuel Forte, Michele Gabriele, Miguel Januário, Mikkel Carl, Nuno Patricio, Olivier Kosta-Théfaine, Pedro Barateiro, Pedro Matos, Ricardo Passaporte, Samuel François and Sasha Kurmaz.
Curated by Aujourd’hui.

Installation view, Aujourd’hui je dis oui, Galeria Boavista, Lisbon, Portugal, 2015 Photo: Maria Rita

Installation view,
Aujourd’hui je dis oui, Galeria Boavista, Lisbon, Portugal, 2015
Photo: Maria Rita

Installation view, Aujourd’hui je dis oui, Galeria Boavista, Lisbon, Portugal, 2015 Photo: Maria Rita

Installation view,
Aujourd’hui je dis oui, Galeria Boavista, Lisbon, Portugal, 2015
Photo: Maria Rita

Installation view, Aujourd’hui je dis oui, Galeria Boavista, Lisbon, Portugal, 2015 Photo: Maria Rita

Installation view,
Aujourd’hui je dis oui, Galeria Boavista, Lisbon, Portugal, 2015
Photo: Maria Rita

Pedro Matos  Untitled (Subliminal Gestures) , 2016 Acrylic enamel on unprimed cotton canvas 180 x 100 cm Photo: Maria Rita

Pedro Matos
Untitled (Subliminal Gestures), 2016
Acrylic enamel on unprimed cotton canvas
180 x 100 cm
Photo: Maria Rita

Aujourd’hui je dis oui

Aujourd’hui is pleased to present Aujourd’hui je dis oui, a group exhibition in Lisbon curated in collaboration with Domenico de Chirico. Gathering works from multiple national and international artists, the exhibition will be on view from the 15th of April until the 14th of May, featuring works by:

Ana Manso, Andrew Birk, Antoine Donzeaud, Asger Dybvad Larsen, Béla Pablo Janssen, Benoit Platéus, Ittah Yoda, João Paulo Serafim, Manor Grunewald, Manuel Forte, Michele Gabriele, Miguel Januário, Mikkel Carl, Nuno Patricio, Olivier Kosta-Théfaine, Pedro Barateiro, Pedro Matos, Ricardo Passaporte, Samuel François and Sasha Kurmaz.

This exhibition embodies a fluid and fluent dialogue between the most diverse national and international artistic practices in contemporary art – the purpose for which Aujourd’hui was established.

Aujourd’hui emerges as a Lisbon based publication about contemporary art. It has since then organically evolved from an observant spectator concentrated on the most pertinent contemporary art practices, to become an operating and independent cultural agent. It celebrates its first anniversary in 2016 with this first group exhibition – Aujourd’hui je dis oui.