Double Village is the exhibition catalogue tittle. Double Village opened in 2013, and presents photographic work of the authors concerning the moving and resettling processes of Luz village and its population.
Photographs by Afonso Alves, António Carrapato, Benjamim Enes Pereira, Fernando Guerra, Miguel Proença, and Pedro Pacheco, texts by António Carrapato and Miguel Proença.
AAVV, Beja: Museu da Luz/ EDIA, 2014, ISBN 978-972-8666-16-3.
During the Milan years (1997-2001) one of the commissioned works was for the newly launched Milano Free magazine (Media UP). This was a city guide based on local goings on in terms of art and culture. Here a few of the covers photographed for the magazine, more will be added as I unpack my Milano boxes (1997-2001). I had the privilege of living about 100m away from Santa Maria delle Grazie, a Dominican monastery with the Cenacolo Vinciano (Leonardo’s Last Supper) on the refectory wall, during the time of its last restoration in preparation for the 2000 Jubilee. These visits later led to the “Sunday afternoon” work, a 3 x 0,4 montage work.