Coreia

Coreia is a publication of experimental, critical and discursive nature about the arts in general, with special affiliation to the medium of dance. Published twice a year in Portuguese, Coreia intends to be an independent and internationalist forum focused on the discourse produced by the works and artists, while it is concerned with disseminating various formats such as scores, manifestos, interviews, chronicles, essays, reviews and reflections.

Coreia is printed on paper and distributed for free in Portugal. With each new edition, the previous edition is made available online.

Coreias #0,1 e 2 © João dos Santos Martins7
© José Luis
Coreias #0,1 e 2 © João dos Santos Martins6
© José Luis
Coreias #0,1 e 2 © João dos Santos Martins5
© José Luis
Coreias #0,1 e 2 © João dos Santos Martins2
© José Luis
Coreias #0,1 e 2 © João dos Santos Martins1
© José Luis
Coreia #1, setembro 2019 © José Luís
© José Luis
Coreia #0, #1, #2 © João dos Santos Martins
© José Luis

www.coreia.pt

⌂ TECHNICAL INFO

Editor: João dos Santos Martins
Graphic Design: Isabel Lucena
Edition, production and distribution: Associação Parasita, Circular Associação Cultural
Website: Sara Orsi
Support: República Portuguesa/Cultura, Direcção-Geral das Artes.

2022


11.03
João dos Santos Martins, Clara Amaral.
vaga / Ponta Delgada.
10.03
João dos Santos Martins, Clara Amaral.
Laboratório Chimico / Linha de Fuga / Coimbra.
09.03
João dos Santos Martins, Clara Amaral.
ESMAE / Oporto.
09.03
João dos Santos Martins, Clara Amaral.
Escola de Dança do Centro Municipal de Juventude / Vila do Conde.
08.03
João dos Santos Martins, Clara Amaral.
Galeria Zé dos Bois / Lisbon.

2021


09.07
Carlos Manuel Oliveira, João dos Santos Martins.
Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Porto, Portugal.