fernando guerra exhibition in lisbon designed by diogo aguiar studio

fernando guerra exhibition in lisbon designed by diogo aguiar studio

from now until january 18, 2020, those in lisbon can attend an exhibition that documents the life and work of portuguese architectural photographer fernando guerra. curated by andreia garcia, with exhibition design by diogo aguiar studio, ‘double exposure’ presents guerra’s career to date within flight cases — a nod to the photographer’s life on the road. these customized cabinets present professional images and magazine covers alongside personal objects and artifacts.

fernando guerra exhibition
all images by fernando guerra



curator andreia garcia, who wanted to convey the photographer’s constant state of transit, sourced the exhibition’s content from two decades of work. ‘this is an exhibition that crops parts of the paths of fernando guerra’s twenty-year map, through the objects he collects, as well as the multiple places he introduces to us,’ says garcia. the show, officially titled ‘double exposure: the photography and the photographer’, is presented at roca lisboa gallery, where it remains on view until january 18, 2020.

fernando guerra exhibition



recent projects photographed by fernando guerra include an all-white house on a spanish island and a hotel by carlos castanheira that negotiates the terrain of coastal portugal. meanwhile, diogo aguiar studio was responsible for the conversion of a disused barn into a winery and the design of a temporary gallery for a roy lichtenstein exhibit. see more architecture in portugal on designboom here.

fernando guerra exhibition



project info:


exhibition title: double exposure 
location: roca lisboa gallery
curation: andreia garcia
exhibition design: diogo aguiar studio
dates: september 17 – january 18, 2020

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