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Part-ilha, A River Ain't Too Much to Love (2011) Installation view, Spike Island, Bristol



part-ilha was a moment in an ongoing conversation between artists based in Bristol and Portugal funded by The Gulbenkian Foundation and The Bristol Oporto Association. It was also the umbrella title for a series of events and exhibitions which took place in Bristol in summer 2008.

A River Ain’t Too Much to Love

Pedro Barateiro, António Bolota, Renato Ferrão, Carla Filipe, Ana Manso, Pedro Neves Marques, Isabel Ribeiro, André Romão, Gonçalo Sena, Gustavo Sumpta


Susana Anágua, Alexandre Estrela, Margarida Garcia, Mónica Gomes, André Gonçalves, André Guedes, Pedro Henriques, Margarida Mendes, João Penalva, Pedro Diniz Reis, João Paulo Serafim, João Simões, João Tabarra, Franscico Tropa, Rui Valério

Carla Cruz, Toxic du Jour

Carla Cruz undertook a series of actions in Bristol city centre from Tuesday 22 to Saturday 26 July 2008. These took place across five different locations.

Installation view of Part-ilha, A River Ain't Too Much to Love (2011). Six framed images hang in the gallery. The images are accompanied by text that is too far away to read.
part-ilha (2008) Installation view, Spike Island, Bristol

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