Who is the creator of Tintin?
Jointly organized by Power Station of Art and the Hergé Museum, this exhibition will not only showcase the art of Tintin, but also shed light on his creator Hergé (the pen name of Georges Remi), an illustrator who used every means at his disposal and never failed to take inspiration from other art forms.
Where can I see Calouste Gulbenkians art?
While Gulbenkians art collection may be found in many museum across the world, most of his art is exhibited at the Museu Calouste Gulbenkian in Lisbon, Portugal. The museum was founded according to his will, in order to accommodate and display his collection, now belonging to the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
Whats new at Gulbenkian?
Gulbenkian Connect: a meeting point for grantees 16 dec 2021 António Feijó will become President of the Calouste Foundation in May 2022 14 dec 2021 Gulbenkian invests in Forests