scopio Magazine Curator

Crossing Boarders, Shifting Boundaries: City

Gabriela Vaz-Pinheiro (ed.)

Curator is now an autonomous publication that is annually published and linked to scopio Magazine´s global theme that governs each cycle for three years, as well as to the class of each year: Architecture, City and Territory. Nevertheless, it is published separately, with its own ISSN on paper and online and in a date of the year that may be different from the other scopio magazine publications of the same cycle and class. Crossing Borders, Shifting Boundaries is the global theme that wants to contribute to redefine the borders of the diverse worlds that think or use diverse artistic medium as happens in visual, performing and the literary arts, taking its readers in the freshest directions: from architecture to philosophy, painting to performance, from photography to video or film.

In the second cycle of this independent editorial project Crossing Boarders, Shifting Boundaries: City, Gabriela Vaz-Pinheiro Editor of scopio Magazine Curator directs her high level of critical analysis and interest towards two Portuguese authors – Fernanda Fragateiro and Nuno Sousa Vieira - speaking about their work and exploring ideas linked to modernism and different appropriation mechanisms.

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ISSN 2184-1357 | PRINTED VERSION |

ISSN 2184-1349 | ONLINE VERSION |

 

Invited Authors

Fernanda Fragateiro, Nuno Sousa Vieira

 

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The universe of interest of scopio editions is, generically, that of Architectue, Art and Image (AAI) and, specifically, that of Documental and Artistic Photography related with Architecture, City and Territory. SCOPIO Editions has a dynamic structure integrating periodical and non-periodical publications, with the aim of divulging the several works and authors who use or research the universe of Architecture, Art and Image, with special focus on Documentary and Artistic photography, related with Architecture, City and territory, in a critical, exploratory and innovative approach.