Who we are
Art Fairs is a Spanish company and promoter of art fairs and cultural events. Since 2009 we have organised the fairs MADRIDFOTO (International Photography fair, 4 editions in Madrid), JUSTMAD (International Emerging Art Fair, 9 editions in Madrid), JUSTMADMIA (International Emerging Art Fair of Miami, 1 edition in Miami) and SUMMA (international Fair of Contemporary Art, 3 editions in Madrid).
Art Fairs, with the creation of Just LX, takes another step forward in its strategy for the promotion of art and its appropriate commercialization, bringing all its experience and energy to the creation of a very special fair in Lisbon focused on contemporary emerging art, with newly discovered galleries and artists.
JUSTLX is born
The month of May sees Lisbon turn into the key centre of contemporary European art. The dynamic, cosmopolitan character of the city, along with its broad cultural and gastronomic offering, form the ideal setting for this fair.
Independent curator of projects such as Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa, Associação Abraço and Projeto Correspondência. After finishing his master’s degree in the History of Art in the USA with a Fulbright scholarship, he worked for the Roy Lichstenstein Foundation. He has taken part in international projects such as Paralela 2010, in Sao Paulo, and the curatorship of the exhibition of Rui Horta Pereira at Atelier Fidalga, in the same city.
Semíramis González is an independent curator and has developed projects in LABoral Centro de Arte (Gijón), Es Baluard (Palma de Mallorca) and the Centro de Arte de Alcobendas. She has also curated exhibitions of emerging artists in art galleries and independent spaces.
Daniel Silvo, for his part, is an artist and curator. He has carried out projects midway between artistic production and curatorship at the CAAC (Sevilla), Tabacalera. Espacio Promoción del Arte (Madrid), Lugar a Dudas (Cali, Colombia) and Impakt Works (Utrecht, Netherlands), and currently directs the independent project Atelier Solar.
Museu da Carris
An open-plan indoor and open-air space of 2,000m2.
Located on the city promenade, in the Alcántara district. It forms part of an important cultural axis in Lisbon, made up of the Museu do Oriente, Palácio Nacional da Ajuda, Museu Nacional dos Coches, Museu da Presidencia da República, Mosteiro dos Jerónimos and Centro Cultural de Belém.
Museu da Carris
Rua Primeiro de Maio 101, 1300-472 Lisboa, Portugal