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diogo aguiar + joão jesus design momentary gallery for roy lichtenstein exhibit

as a part of an initiative that seeks to convey artwork nearer to individuals, diogo aguiar studio and joão jesus arquitectos have created a short lived museum that shows work by american pop artist roy lichtenstein. set inside a shopping mall in lisbon, the design workforce sought to create a much less typical exhibition house, ‘away from the logic of the white and summary dice’. as a substitute, the architects seemed to discover a larger relationship between container and content material, believing that it may contribute to larger public involvement and a greater understanding of the works.

roy lichtenstein temporary museum lisbon
all photos © fernando guerra

three planes outline the exhibition house, which is accessible from three factors. the artwork works are offered on curved partitions of corrugated and perforated black metallic, which concurrently complement and distinction the varied items. ‘taking as a reference the colours utilized by the artist in his artworks, the linoleum ground and the articulated luminaires assume the lemon-yellow colour, contributing to provide a pop aesthetic to the momentary exhibition house,’ explains diogo aguiar and joão jesus, who beforehand accomplished one other momentary exhibition house throughout the similar venue.

roy lichtenstein temporary museum lisbon
the initiative seeks to convey artwork nearer to individuals

roy lichtenstein temporary museum lisbon
the momentary museum shows work by american artist roy lichtenstein

roy lichtenstein temporary museum lisbon
the set up is ready inside a shopping mall in lisbon

roy lichtenstein temporary museum lisbon
the design workforce sought to create an unconventional exhibition house

roy lichtenstein temporary museum lisbon
three planes outline the exhibition house, which is accessible from three factors

roy lichtenstein temporary museum lisbon
the colour of the ground references the artist’s daring use of yellow

roy lichtenstein temporary museum lisbon
the artwork works are offered on curved partitions of corrugated and perforated black metallic

structure: diogo aguiar studio + joão jesus arquitectos
workforce: diogo aguiar, daniel mudráokay, joão oliveira + joão jesus, cristina peres, blanca velilla
location: centro colombo, lisbon, portugal
date: june 2018
program: momentary museum
space: 150 sqm / 1,615 sqf
consumer: sonae sierra / state-of-the-art
development: unveil
pictures: fernando guerra