Mapa orográfico do território português, à escala 1:625000, sujeito às condições luminosas do dia 25 de Abril de 1974, às 08h00Culturgest - Fundação Caixa Geral de Depósitos
Mapa orográfico do território português, à escala 1:625000, sujeito às condições luminosas do dia 25 de Abril de 1974, às 08h00, 1999-2009
Moulded Latex and projectors1 x 1012 x 534 cm
© Rodrigo Peixoto
Spanning the period from 1983 to the present day, Stories of the Collection summarises key moments in the formation of the Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) Collection. Across distinct points and through the presentation of its most important acquisitions, we follow the desires, tastes, policies and circumstances of each specific moment of the collection’s development: The Decorative Collection (1983-89); The Art Collection (1990-97); Diversification (2000-04); Photographs (1991 and 2004); Precision (2004-08 and 2014); Prints (2007); Donations and Bequests (1967-2021); Resuming Acquisitions (2020-21); New Acquisitions: well-known artists (2022); New Acquisitions: mid-career artists (2022); Caixa Contest for Young Artists (2022).
FRANCISCA CARVALHO, Untitled (from series Japan), 2014, photocopy, water oils, book and magazine cut-outs, graphite on photocopy and cut out craft inside Crystal seal bag, 35,5 x 28 cm, acquisition 2022/10/18, inventory 683026, 683031, 683034, 683035 © DMF, Lisboa
Continuing the resumption of acquisitions for the CGD Collection, it was also possible, in 2022, to favour the acquisition of works by mid-career artists not yet represented in the CGD Collection, such as Fernando Brito (Pampilhosa da Serra, Portugal, 1957), Francisca Carvalho (Lisbon, Portugal, 1981) and Mattia Denise (Blois, France, 1967).
A Day Later 1 (2020) by Jorge QueirozCulturgest - Fundação Caixa Geral de Depósitos
A Day Later 1, 2020
Pen and oil pastel on paper
135,2 x 97,2 cm
© Teresa Santos
A drawing was also acquired from the artist Jorge Queiroz (Lisbon, Portugal, 1966) to enhance the collection's selection of works from this artist. As part of this acquisition process, artists Francisca Carvalho and Mattia Denisse also donated works to the Collection.
MATTIA DENISSE, Monte análogo, 1984, marker pen on paper, 29,7 x 21 cm, inventory 683041, 683045, acquisition 2022/10/18 © Courtesy of the artist, As antonomásias, 2019, monotype print on paper, 51 x 36 cm, inventory 683007, 683012, © António Jorge Silva, Húmus, 2021, indian ink and colored pencil on paper, 30,5 x 23 cm, inventory 683023, 683020 © Courtesy of the artist