I was just listening to an album I hadn’t played in a while; Portuguese composer Nuno Canavarro’s delightful 1988 collection Plux Quba. Because of his initials and his nationality, I suddenly remembered that photographer Nuno Cera (covered by Spike here) is exhibiting as part of a group show called An Urban Silence at The Exchange in Penzance.
From the press blurb:
Curated by Blair Todd, An Urban Silence presents Nuno Cera, Mauro Cerqueira, Gil Heitor Cortesão Filipa Cesar and João Tabarra. An integral part of the exhibition will be Biblioteca, a cultural library created for this exhibition. It will present books and objects that offer a social and political portrait of Portugal with an insight into the current art scene and influences and references for each of the artists. Further activities for families exploring ideas in the exhibition will be available in the gallery café and education areas.
The exhibition is already open and runs until 17th September. Admission is free.
Nuno Cera’s website.