A party with a photographic and Portuguese twist
25th of April of 1974, this was the day that changed Portugal, politically and socially… From that day a Revolution freed the Portuguese people from a fascist regime!
The right-wing dictatorship that ruled the country for 48 years fell and gave room to a young democracy, full of hope, dreams, passion, visual expression and plural opinions… It was called The Carnation Revolution.
Celebrating this important date on the Portuguese calendar, Supalusa are combining music with photography, challenging photographers from different backgrounds to present their own view of ‘Liberdade’ (‘Freedom’, in Portuguese) on film.
The exhibition kicks off at 5pm, followed by a party with DJ’s Santeodoro and Jacques Manson.
– Ana Sebastião
– Angela Larotonda (http://www.angelalarotonda.com/)
– Akpe Ododoru (http://www.flickr.com/photos/21583791@N06/)
– Don Omope (http://www.flickr.com/photos/23394582@N04/)
– Francesca D’Ascari
– Noémie Reijnen
– Shaun Bedassie (http://www.flickr.com/photos/28913313@N02/)
DJs playing House, Minimal, Electro:
Jacques Manson (http://www.myspace.com/jacquesmanson)
24th April, 5pm – 2am, Free entry
149 Brick Lane – E1 6SB