‘The Presence of Things: The Still Life in Europe’ brings together works by 70 artists in Lisbon
‘Ginger Jar and Eggplants, “by Paul Cezanne, and’ Field of Sunflowers,” by Claude Monet, who belong to the collection of the Metropolitan Museum in New York, ‘The Sense of Speed’, Salvador Dalí, the painter borrowed by the foundation Catalan or ‘Still Life with Fan, “by Paul Gauguin, courtesy Musée d’ Orsay in Paris, are four of the 93 works that can be seen in Portugal, in the exhibition ‘The Presence of Things: The Still Life in Europe , which opens Oct. 21 in the Gulbenkian Museum. Why not also visit Rent4Days work of art, our apartments?
Also represented are Van Gogh, Picasso, Magritte, and Portugal, Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso, Vieira da Silva and Eduardo Viana. The works are from 37 institutions from 11 countries.
“Lamb” will return to Portugal for three concerts in June. The first concert takes place June 10 at Pavilhão do Arade, in Lagoa, Algarve. The next day the band Lou Rhodes plays in CCB, Lisbon, and on day 12 in the Coliseum of Oporto.
Tickets range between € 25 and € 28.
The band will also be in stores FNAC for two showcases, where they will present the latest album titled 5. The presentations are scheduled for June 11th at 15:00 at Fnac Colombo, and the next day, June 12 at 18.00, at Fnac GaiaShopping.
The Rihanna will give a concert in Portugal on December 17!
Is the Atlantic Pavilion in Lisbon! This concert will be part of Loud Tour and will be guaranteed themes such as “Only Girl (In The World)”and “What’s My Name, ” the latest album Loud. Of course other hits such as “Umbrella, “”Unfaithful, ” “Disturbia, ” “Shut Up and Drive” also should not be forgotten!
The Sky Bar Restaurant Terrace on the top floor of the Tivoli Lisboa, is back for another season, with new surprises. This outdoor space, discrete and unique with a breathtaking view of the Portuguese capital, offers a letter of snacks and cocktails. One new feature this year is the launch of the SKY Bar Brunch, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 to 16 hours. There are three menus to choose from, which is still possible to add a la carte options like juices, yogurt, pastries, toast, croissants, bagels, eggs, omelettes, noodles, salads, pancakes and waffles. “Sky Brunch (17 € per person),” Rainbow Sky Brunch (€ 22.50 per person), and the “Sunny Sky Brunch” at a price of 25 € per person which includes appetizer, main dish and dessert . The good music will have a presence in this space with the resident DJ from Tuesday to Saturday.
The Sky Bar is open every day until the end of September, between 17h and 01h, with animation Music from 20 to 24 hours.
Mercado Mundo Mix is a multicultural event, which expresses itself through multiple artistic languages, where it were now more than 2 million visitors. Born in 1994 in Brazil, where it became a cornerstone of Brazil’s cultural scene and has been in Portugal since 2003, with various editions held in Lisbon, Porto, Coimbra, Cascais and Lagos, now reaching its 25th edition.
This is a vanguard movement with alternative characteristics related to urban culture, which showcases new talent, new ideas and new trends in the arts, music, fashion and design, offering the opportunity for selected artists to promote, market and facilitate their creations.
Castelo de S. Jorge - Lisbon - 27, 28 and 29 of May - 12 am to 11 pm
Hans Schabus has acquired great notoriety in the art world due, above all, to the series of specific projects undertaken in very diferent palces and characterised by a performative approach to these contrasting contexts, incorporating multiple elements that were associated with the architecture itself and with its surroundings.
The Space of Conflict seeks to examine the multiple unevennesses that caracterise Schabus’ personal search and lead him form the studio to the situation, and then back to the studio again. A double movement in which the strategies of distancing and fictionality – with references that are not always explicit and range from Brancusi to Bas jan Ader, from H.David Thoreau to the country figure of the “ramblin man” – are at least as important as the data that bring us closer to what we call reality.
Start – 1 july, 10pm
Price: 2 euros
Portugal occupies the thirteenth position among the European countries that have more attractive environment for the development of tourism and travel industry, according to a report released today at the Global Forum on Tourism in Andorra.
Study on the Competitiveness of Travel and Tourism (GTF) reveals that the leader of the ‘top 10 Europe is Switzerland, followed by Germany and Austria, Portugal, occupying 13. Place.
Netherlands, Luxembourg, Denmark and Finland occupy the last places in this ‘top 10′ classification, according to the report this year.
The document from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) presented in this Forum that highlights the near future should be viewed with “cautious optimism” and stressed that Portugal is 13. Place ahead of Norway, Ireland, Belgium and Cyprus.
Portugal ‘hits’ Ireland and Norway
“The various challenges and complexities that the tourism industry still faces have to be overcome to ensure a strong growth sector in the future,” notes the study.
In turn, comparing the competitiveness indicator that measures
an environment that promotes travel and tourism in 2011 compared to 2009, Portugal lost one position to 18th. place the overall classification.
The universe of comparator countries increased in 2011 (139), when it was 133 in 2009, the study said.
Switzerland leads the overall rankings, with Finland the country is on
17. Place, but Portugal beats New Zealand, Norway, Ireland and
The study is a cross-analysis of countries in terms of tourism competitiveness and allowing them to be given useful information to improve public policy, allowing business decisions and to enable the tourism sector to add value to the economy.
Portugal ocupa o décimo terceiro lugar entre os países europeus que têm o ambiente mais atrativo para o desenvolvimento da indústria de viagens e turismo, indica uma relatório hoje divulgado no Fórum Global sobre Turismo, em Andorra.
O estudo sobre a Competitividade das Viagens e do Turismo (GTF) revela que o país líder do ‘top 10 europeu é a Suíça, seguida da Alemanha e da Áustria, ocupando Portugal o 13.º lugar.
Holanda, Luxemburgo Dinamarca e a Finlândia ocupam os últimos lugares deste ‘top 10′ da classificação, de acordo com o relatório deste ano.
O documento da Organização Mundial do Turismo (OMT) apresentado neste Fórum realça que o futuro próximo deve ser visto com “um otimismo prudente” e destaca que Portugal surge no 13.º lugar à frente da Noruega, Irlanda, Bélgica e de Chipre.
Portugal ‘bate’ Irlanda e Noruega
“Os diversos desafios e complexidades que a indústria do turismo ainda enfrenta têm que ser superados para garantir um forte crescimento do sector no futuro”, salienta o estudo.
Por sua vez, na comparação do indicador de competitividade que mede
um ambiente que favoreça as viagens e o turismo, em 2011 face a 2009, Portugal perdeu uma posição para o 18.º lugar da classificação global.
O universo de países comparados aumentou em 2011 (139), quando era de 133 em 2009, segundo o estudo.
A Suíça lidera o ranking global, sendo a Finlândia o país que está no
17.º lugar, mas Portugal supera a Nova Zelândia, a Noruega, a Irlanda e
O estudo faz uma análise cruzada dos países em termos de competitividade e turismo permitindo que sejam fornecidas informações úteis que melhorem as políticas públicas, permitam tomar decisões de negócios e que possibilitem ao sector do turismo acrescentar valor à economia do país.
Twice a year, Madrid presents some of the most admired creations of Spanish designers. This year Adolfo Dominguez, Victorio & Luchino, Duyos, Davidelfin, Ion Fiz, Maria escote, Carloz Diez, Maria Barros, Jesus del Pozo and Hannibal Laguna are among the big names who will show at this platform.
These high rated designers will be presenting their latest innovations and designs for Autumn/Winter 2011.2011, in front of industry professionals and fashion lovers. The visitor profile at this 53rd edition would include Fashion, Importers, Corporate Buyers, Designers, Beauticians, Fashion Professionals, Merchandisers, Retailers and the public. For new designers is the opportunity to showcase their collections, make networking and meet potential clients.
Don’t miss the Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week. It will take place at Feria de Madrid, IFEMA from February 18th to 23rd. Book one of our luxuries fashion apartments at Madrid at www.rent4days.com and feel part of this splendid showroom!