Galeria Jaqueline Martins presents, from 4 July 2015, O que parece mentira é poesia (What seems false is poetry), a solo exhibition by the artist Daniel Santiago, curated by Cristiana Tejo. Renowned for his Postal Art work and as part of the duo Equipe Bruscky & Santiago, Daniel Santiago has built up an oeuvre which is far from restricted to the aesthetic contestations of the 1970s. The set of works exhibited here portray the artist’s studies into questions of poetry/ Poiesis and of the artifice, one of the most striking branches of his artwork. Through the (fictional) incarnation of Augusto dos Anjos, a character embodied by the artist, and the artistic psychographs where he speaks with the writer Fernando Pessoa, Santiago transfers his discourse to the other. His discourse is made concrete through writing. On the other hand, poetry also occupies a public and participative character, whereby

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