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Can the Museum be a Garden?

As the garden represents the rational ordering of nature, so an exhibition is a garden of images, ideas, and emotions. 'Can the museum be a garden?' presents works from the Serralves Collection that address landscape and nature — from natural materials to the movement of plants — and engage the garden as an expanded metaphor for seeing the world. Drawing on the unique setting of the Serralves Park designed by Jacques Gréber, and the architecture of the Serralves Museum, conceived by Álvaro Siza, this publication proposes the museum as a place for wandering and wondering.

Soft Cover  
Nº Pages: 192 pp.
Ilustrations: Colours 
Fundação de Serralves  
Language: Portuguese and English


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