Pop-up Exhibition '88 / 98' by Inês Gonçalves

On the 27th of May, starting at 6 pm, don't miss the opening of the pop-up exhibition "88 / 98", by photographer Inês Gonçalves at a ilha gallery space.

This edition of the book is the result of the 1st XYZ Books Residency Cycle, and had the contribution, as guest editor, from Federico Clavarino and design by Joana Durães.

The residency, exhibition and book were made possible thanks to the Institutional Partners: República Portuguesa and DGArtes.


Presale with a special discount available only until the launch day. Available online here.

88 / 98

Covering a 10 years’ period of the life of Portuguese photographer Inês Gonçalces (b. 1964, Lisbon), “88-98” is a book made of reproductions collected from other books and catalogues published by the author during one of the most prolific periods of her long professional life, during which she established herself as an important landmark in the landscape of Portuguese fashion photography. Departing from an original concept conceived in partnership with lens based artist Federico Clavarino (b. Turin, 1984), “88-98” takes its form by following a peculiar strategy of graphic and editorial reinterpretation, in which elements from different contexts are put together in a new sequence that, nevertheless, preserves Gonçalves’ photographic ethos.

Inês Gonçalves

Inês Gonçalves (1964, Lisbon). Author of a vast work in the fields of Photography and Documentary Cinema. She has developed her most recent work in several PALOP countries, such as Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde and São Tomé e Príncipe, but also in other areas of the globe with a strong influence of Portuguese culture, such as Gôa in India. In 2004 she attended the Ateliers Varan Documentary Filmmaking course, part of the Gulbenkian Program for Creativity and Artistic Creation. Between 1988 and 2004 she worked as a photographer in several newspapers and magazines, having collaborated with the newspaper O Independente and Kapa Magazine. Between 1985/8 she studied Photography at the Photographic Training Center in London.