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Catalogues

Dos Árabes a Miro



Dos Árabes a Miro. Cerâmica Espanhola nas Colecções do Museu de Cerâmica de Barcelona /From the Arabs to Miro. Spanish Ceramic in the Collections of Barcelona Ceramic Museum [Out of stock]
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1996
28x23 cm; 144 pp.; 178 il. colour; paperback; ed. port.
Authors: Trinidad Sanchez-Pacheco, Maria Dolores Giral
Resume: A rigorous documented selection of 178 pieces of great quality from the important Barcelona Ceramic Museum, organised according to the chief production centres. It integrates an essay on Spanish ceramic, from 13th century to present epoch.





Arnold Zimmerman





Arnold Zimmerman. Cerâmicas (Ceramics)

Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1992
22 x 20 cm; 24 pp.; 25 il.; paperback; ed. bilingual (port. / engl.)
Authors: Sarah Bodine, Michel Dunas, João Pinharanda
Resume: This publication divulges the recent work of this American ceramist, comprehending 28 pieces of which 6 are jars and 22 tile panels executed in Portugal. The artist combines his pos-modern language with explicit references to Portuguese icons from the 16th century.




Os Azulejos de Willem Kloet



Os Azulejos de Willem Van der Kloet / Willem Van der Kloet Tile Pictures in Portugal
[Out of stock]
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, Lisboa 94 / Milão, Electa, 1994
ISBN 88-435-4883-2
Authors: Rainer Marggraff, Ruth Oldenziel, Jan van Dam
Resume: Presents fourteen of the tiles that this Dutch painter (1666-1747) produced for Portugal, along with historic texts and photos of other panels applied on architectures.







Bela Silva
Bela Silva. Antes do Mar, as Águas/ Bela Silva. Before the Sea, the Waters
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1999
22 x 20 cm; 40 pp.; 41 il.; colour; paperback; ed. bilingual (port./engl.)
ISBN 972-776-018-X
Authors: Paulo Henriques, Robert J. Loescher
Resume:Divulges the recent work of this sculptor, illustrator and ceramist (n.1966). Her ceramic pieces, jars, vases and sculptures, with robust and unusual figurations, show a pos-modern eclectic managed by a strong logic anti-functional and a great irony. She articulates the themes of mannerist and baroque ornamentation, deep rooted in Portuguese artistic imaginary, with others coming from a contemporary popular one.




Céramique du PortugalCéramique du Portugal, du XVIe au XXe siècle / Portuguese Ceramic from 16th to 20th century
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM / Genebra, Musée Ariana, 2004
28 x 24 cm; 216 pp.; 218 il.; b/w and colour; paperback; ed. bilingual (fr./port.)
ISBN 972-776-258-1
Authors: Roland Blaettler, Margarida Rebelo Correia, Paulo Henriques, Ana Mântua, João Pedro Monteiro, Alexandre Nobre Pais
Resume: Approaches Portuguese ceramic production of this period chronologically and by production centres, integrating faience and porcelain pieces on three dimensions as well as tile panels, stressing its most original expressions and trying to define permanent structures of Portuguese artistic sensitivity.
The taste for sensuality of the materials, a very original interiorization of cosmopolitan European models, as well as exotic ones, namely of China and India, along with a very practical agility in the resolution of technical problems and on the aesthetic qualification of the daily life are some of those identity and interpretative lines.



Cerâmica da Suíça

Cerâmica da Suiça. Do Renascimento aos nossos Dias
/ Ceramics from Switzerland. From Renaissance until the Present
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1998
28 x 23 cm; 240 pp.; 270 il.; colour; paperback; ed. bilingual (port./engl.)
ISBN 972-776-003-1
Authors: Sigrid Barten, Rudolf Schnyder
Resume: Divulges Swiss ceramic with two essays dealing, one with ceramic produced between 16th and 19th century other with contemporary ceramic. The text is documented with reproductions of 271 chosen pieces from the chief Swiss museums covering this vast temporal cycle.






Cerâmica de Alcobaça


Cerâmica de Alcobaça. Colecção de João da Bernarda (Alcobaça Ceramic. João da Bernarda Collection)
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2001
15 x 15 cm; 16 pp.; 118 il.; colour; paperback; ed. port.
ISBN 972-8225-07-5
Author: Paulo Henriques
Resume: Presents 100 pieces of this collection of Alcobaça ceramic, from between 1875 and 1974. Documents the evolution of this production, among a earthenware found in fairs, stencilled but copying models from industrial production and the handcraft product with regional and national mark produced by Alcobaça Pottery, integrating then the taste strategies divulged by Secretariado Nacional de Informação.


Cerâmica Neo-Clássica
Cerâmica Neo-Clássica em Portugal/ Neo Classic Ceramic in Portugal
[Out of stock]
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1997
28x23 cm; 252 pp.; 240 il. colour; paper back; ed. port.
ISBN 972-8137-61-3
Autores: Alexandre Nobre Pais, João Castel-Branco Pereira, João Pedro Monteiro, Maria Manuela Malhoa Gomes
Resume: Studies the neoclassic taste on Portuguese ceramic, defined between the beginning of D. Maria I reign (1777) and persisting until the beginning of D. Maria II one (1834). Over a gathering of forms and decorations of neoclassical inspiration, among faience and tile panels, 177 pieces were chosen that document taste evolution in Portugal.








Sara Carone


Cerâmicas de Sara Carone/ Ceramics of Sara Carone

Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1994
22 x 20 cm; paperback; ed. bilingual (port./engl.)
ISBN 972-8225-00-8
Author: Gilda de Mello e Souza
Resume: It shows recent pieces of this Brazilian ceramist (n. 1945), sets of jars, vases and sculptures produced in raku technique, with abstract geometric decorations – archaic signs where remains some of the memory of Brazilian Indian ceramic.







Cifka



Cifka. Obra Cerâmica/Cifka. Ceramic Work
[Out of stock]
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1994
28x23 cm; 108 pp.; 132 il. colour; paperback; ed. port.
Authors: Maria do Rosário Jardim, João Pedro Monteiro
Résumé: A retrospective of the work of this Bhoemian artist (1811-1883), who came to Portugal with D. Fernando of Saxe-Coburgo. Cifka is responsible for the introduction of ceramic as an artist practice, developing a taste for eclectic revivalisms of Renaissance Italian majolica and Bernard Palissy ceramic. Includes two historic and critic essays over 91 pieces.








Contos Paranormais

Contos Paranormais/ Paranormal Tales
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2006
22 x 20 cm; 14 pp.; 24 il.; colour; paperback; ed. port.
ISBN 972-776-306-5
Authors: Ricardo Casimiro, Paulo Henriques
Resume: Ricardo Casimiro is a ceramist that, after a degree on Chemical Engineering and a career as teacher of Portuguese language to foreigners, began creating on clay singular characters and situations which, records of a vigorous and unquiet imagination, could have root on his learning and on his professional role.







Azulejaria ValencianaCores para a Arquitectura. Azulejaria Valenciana, Séculos XIII a XVIII/ Colours for Architecture. Tile Making from Valência, 13th to 18th centuries
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2005
28 x 23 cm; 228 pp.; 140 il.; colour; paperback; ed. port.
ISBN 972-776-280-8
Authors: Josep Camps, Jaume coll Conesa, Inicencio Pérez Guillén, João Pedro Monteiro, Vicente Estall i Poles
Resume: A retrospective of tile production of the region of Valencia from 13th to 18th centuries, allowing a voyage through the deep Islamic sources of tile revetment in the Iberian Peninsula or for the sumptuous mediaeval and renaissance marks of the nobility, clergy and professional corporations of Valencia, with heraldic tiles integrated on pavements or isolated on walls. Shows yet the implication that majolica had on the evolving of aesthetics between 16th century mannerism and the romantic Eclecticism of 19th century, analysing the cycle of rococo and neo classic tile making of 18th century in Valencia. Finally, it shows the huge industrial production of 19th and 20th centuries.




Dimas Macedo. Escultura Cerâmica







Dimas Macedo. Escultura Cerâmica/Dimas Macedo. Ceramic Sculpture
[Out of stock]







Eduardo Nery

Eduardo Nery. Exposição Retrospectiva. Tapeçaria, Azulejo, Mosaico, Vitral (1961-2003)/Retrospective Exhibition. Tapestry, Mosaic, Vitral

Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2003
28 x 23 cm; 254 pp.; 194 il.; b/w and colour; ed. port.
ISBN 972-776-190-9
Authors: Paulo Henriques, Rocha de Sousa, Sérgio Vieira
Resume: Eduardo Nery dedicated himself to interventions on public spaces. The catalogue deals with exhibitions presented in Museu Nacional do Azulejo (Tile, Vitral and Mosaic) and in Museu da Água/ Museum of Water ( Tapestry). It shows 194 pieces ( tapestries, cardboards for tapestries, projects for tiles, stained-glass window and mosaic and ceramic panels), according to a chronological route, documenting the different interventions in public spaces (factory, commercial gallery, bank dependency, underground station, chapel and urban landscapes like a viaduct or a gardened space by the river).



SECLA

Estúdio Secla. Uma Renovação na Cerâmica Portuguesa/Secla Study. A Renovation on Portuguese Ceramic

Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1999
28 x 23 cm; 160 pp.; 138 il.; papercover; ed. port.
ISBN 972-776-037-6
Authors: Paulo Henriques, Helena Gonçalves Pinto
Resume: Study on one of the most important renovation centres of modern Portuguese ceramic on the second half of 20th century. Through 138 author pieces produced between 1950 and 1970 it is documented a production which constitutes a renovation on taste through a cosmopolitan and international side, contextualised by historic and critic studies, specific chronologies and bibliography.







Faiança de Estrmoz







Faiança de Estremoz/Estremoz Faience
[Out of stock]
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1995
28x23 cm; 96 pp.; 108 il. colour; papercover; ed. port.
ISBN 972-8137-23-0
Authors: Alexandre Nobre Pais, João Pedro Monteiro, Maria Ondina Figueiredo








Formas de Devoção


Formas de Devoção/Devotion Forms
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1999
27 x 23 cm; 68 pp.; 82 il.; colour; paperback; ed. port.
ISBN 972-8225-06-7
Authors: Paulo Henriques, Alexandre Nobre Pais
Resume: Presents a set of devotional objects, ranging from popular to erudite, highlighting the figurative contaminations among ceramic pieces others consisting of liturgical vestments, jewellery, sculpture, engraving and mosaic, between 16th and 19th centuries. The protection against the dangers of the sea encountered when voyaging, led to the utilisation of devotional objects of small dimension, an expression of religion and faith.







Françoise ScheinFrançoise Schein. De Lisboa para o Mundo. Azulejos para o Metropolitano de Lisboa / Françoise Schein. From Lisbon to the World. Tiles to the Lisbon Underground
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2007
27 x 23 cm; 60 pp.; 73 il.; b/w e colour; paperback; ed. bilingual (port.engl.)
ISBN 978-972-776-325-2
Authors: Jean Attali, Ana Sousa Dias, José Gil, Paulo Henriques, Lara Taves
Resume: Born in Brussels and now living in Paris, architect Françoise Schein has turned the Declaration of the Rights of Man the chief matter of her work, which can be seen on the walls of underground stations all over the world. Founder of association INSCRIRE, she has made works with the impoverished populations of Rio «favelas» and on the poor districts of several European cities. The book documents the projects, the research notebooks and the panels made for the underground station PARQUE, in Lisbon, which the author donated, in 2007, to Museu Nacional do Azulejo.





Hiroshi





Hiroshi Nakajima. Seiji. Porcelana Azul do Japão/Blue Porcelain of Japan
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1993
29,5 x 21 cm; 24 pp.; 29 il.; paperback; ed. bilingual (port./engl.)
Authors: Sakaida Kakiemon XIV, Wakao Fujioka
Resume: Commemorating the 450 years of the arrival of the Português in Japan, it shows the recent production of Hiroshi Nakajima. This contemporary Japanese artist develops the techniques and the traditional polychromic of celadon on plates, cups and vases with great modernity, by the nakedness of forms and the great visual purity of matters.






Influência Oriental na Cerâmica Portuguesa do século XVII





A Influência Oriental na Cerâmica Portuguesa do Século XVII / Oriental Influence on 17th Century Portuguese Ceramics
[Out of stock]
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, Lisboa 94 / Milão, Electa, 1994
ISBN 88-435-4884-0
Authors: Maria Antónia Pinto Matos, João Pedro Monteiro
Resume: Divulges 139 pieces of an original Portuguese production which shows the crossroad between national and Eastern cultures, between China, Japan and India.








Jorge Mealha


Jorge Mealha. Esculturas e Vasos/ Sculptures and Vases

Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1995
22 x 20 cm; 16 pp.; 12 il. colour; paperback; ed. bilingual (port./engl.)
ISBN 972-8137-24-9
Authors: João Lima Pinharanda
Resume: Divulges a set of gres earthenware pieces, cups and abstract geometric sculptures of this artist (n. 1934) living in Lagos. Recent pieces that document a transition moment of the authors production, between a synthetic animalist figuration and the exploration of the plastic and spatial absolute values of the ceramic object.






Júlio Resende


Júlio Resende. Obra Cerâmica/Ceramic Work

Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1998
28 x 23 cm; 96 pp.; 61 il. colour; paperback; ed. bilingual (port./engl.)
ISBN 972-8137-974
Authors: Laura Castro, José Luís Porfírio
Resume: A retrospective selection of the ceramic production of this painter (n.1917), constituted by approximately 80 pieces, among sketches, projects, photos and ceramic objects since the first tile panels of Border Station of Vilar Formoso, of 1958 until those of the underground station of Sete-Rios in Lisbon, of 1994-95.






Kakiemon IV Porcelana do Japão




Kakiemon XIV. Porcelana do Japão/Japan Porcelan
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1993
29,5 x 21 cm; 24 pp.; 30 il.; paperback; ed. bilingual (port./engl.)
Authors: Yoshiaki Inui, Hiroshi Nakajima
Resume: On the occasion of the commemoration of the 450 years since the arrival of the Portuguese to Japan, this publication divulges recent pieces of Kakiemon. This Japanese ceramist is the fortieth of a ceramist generation which, since 380 years, have been developing the manufacture of boxes, plates, jars and cups in a white porcelain of great perfection decorated with vegetal motifs of exceptional naturalist rigour and poetic strength.






A Majólica do Reino de Nápoles








A Majólica do Reino de Nápoles do Século XV ao Século XVIII / Majolic in the Kingdom of Naples from the 15th to the 18th Century
[Out of stock]







Manuel Cargaleiro. 7 Porpostas

Manuel Cargaleiro. 7 Propostas para a Arquitectura/ 7 Proposals to Architecture
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2007
27 x 23 cm; 68 pp.; 27 il. w/b and colour; paperback; ed. port.
ISBN 978-972-776-324-5
Authors: Enzo Biffi Gentili, Paulo Henriques
Resume: After having participated on a contest for the revetment of a wall with ceramic plates on a building of the 50s in a small town in Naples region and winning the prize, Manuel Cargaleiro decided creating other great dimension ceramic panels. These ones were made in Vietri sul Mare, Italy, during 2006 and the author wanted them to be exhibited on Museu Nacional do Azulejo fon the day celebrating his eighty years.






Maria Bofill

María Bofill. Cerâmicas/Ceramics
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1998
22 x 20 cm; 40 pp.; 53 il. colour; paperback; ed. bilingual (port.engl.)
ISBN 972-8137-76-1
Authors: Luísa Soares de Oliveira, Pilár Velez
Resume: Presents 53 recent pieces of this Catalan ceramist (n. 1937), whose work is characterised by delicate objects in porcelain, tall jars and labyrinths that lead us to architecture and symbolic spaces, surpassing the virtuoso technique of manufacture to register and make known the contemporary human disquiet.






Maria de Lourdes Castro



Maria de Lourdes Castro. Uma Exposição Biográfica/Maria de Lourdes Castro. A Biographic Exhibition

Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2005
28 x 23 cm; 64 pp.; 75 il. colour; paperback; ed. port.
ISBN 972-776-263-8
Authors: Paulo Henriques
Resume: It gives us a retrospective vision of the work of ceramist Maria de Lourdes Castro, presenting a set of 44 pieces which document her 50 years of career. Includes a examination of her work and a biographic and bibliographic note on the artist.








Cecília de Sousa

A Minha Segunda Casa. Cecília de Sousa. Obra Cerâmica. 1954-2004/My Second House. Cecília de Sousa. Ceramic Work
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2004
28 x 23 cm; 136 pp.; 163 il. colour; paperback; ed. port.
ISBN 972-776-256-5
Authors: Rafael Salinas Calado, Paulo Henriques
Resume: Gives a retrospective vision of Cecília deSousa work, through a set of 113 ceramic pieces, utilitarian and/or decorative that document the 50 years of career of a ceramist remarkable by her originality. On the work of the artist is present the constant experimentation of materials and of processes of elaborating ceramic objects, passing through several creative cycles. It Includes texts as well as biographic and bibliographic note.







A Necessidade de Não Esquecer


A Necessidade de Não esquecer / The Need Not To Forget. Alev Ebüzziya Siesbye
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2005
28 x 23 cm; 54 pp.; 50 il. colour; paperback; ed. bilingual (port./engl.)
ISBN 972-776-279-4
Authors: Paulo Henriques, Nermin Kura
Resume: Presents the work produced between 1975 and 2005 by Alev Ebüzziya Siesbye, a world wide known Turkish ceramist that mixes with great naiveté and technique distinction traditional styles of the Islamic world, from Asia and Europe, from east and west, with special mention to the curvilinear sculpture vases with thin walls and broad edges.







Ar.Co


Oficinas de Cerâmica do AR.CO 1987-2004/AR.CO 1987-2004 Ceramic Workshops
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2004
19 x 16,5 cm; 64 pp.; 36 il. colour; paperback; ed. port.
ISBN 972-776-242-5
Authors: Manuel Castro Caldas, Paulo Henriques
Resume: Divulges the work developed by this Art School showing a set of 100 pieces of Portuguese and foreigner ceramists. The registed aesthetics are diverse and run different contemporary concerns on the scope of this discipline, working gres earthenware, porcelain and faience.








partir sem destino

Partir Sem Destino/Leaving without Destination João Motta
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 1998
22 x 20 cm; 16 pp.; 17 il. colour; paperback; ed. bilingual (port./engl.)
ISBN 972-8137-98-2
Authors: João Motta, Ruth Rosengarten
Resume: Presents four boxes with exotic ambient and characters, discovery scenarios executed with recuperated objects in plastic, faience, porcelain, bronze, shells or tape records. The works centres round the reciprocity of glances between distant peoples, a situation that looks back to the 16th century Portuguese Discoveries.





Os Ratinhos. Cerâmica Popular de Coimbra











Os Ratinhos. Cerâmica Popular de Coimbra/ Little Mouse. Coimbra Popular Ceramic
[Out of stock]










Fábrica do RatoReal Fábrica de Louça, ao Rato/Royal Earthenware Factory
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Lisboa, IPM, 2003
28 x 23 cm; 553 pp.; 330 il. colour; paperback; ed. port.
ISBN 972-8225-08-3
Authors: Lurdes Esteves, Paulo Henriques, Nuno Luís Madureira, João Pedro Monteiro, Alexandre Nobre Pais, João Castel-Branco Pereira, Rudolf Schnyder
Resume: Resulting of the research effectuated on the occasion of the exhibition Real Fábrica de Louça, ao rato, the work presents all faience and tile pieces exhibited. Its divided in three parts: historiography and history of Real Fábrica de Louça, including aspects of economic management and work organisation; examination of its production on the European context of the epoch and under the scope of the technology of the materials used; finally, the catalogue of all exhibited pieces, presented in individual texts and framed by extensive texts dealing with the different periods of earthenware and tile production.





Querubim Lapa










Querubim. Obra Cerâmica. 1954-1994
/ Querubim. Ceramic Works. 1954-1994 [Esgotado]









Um Século de Artes do Fogo







Um Século de Artes do Fogo. 1890-1990. Colecção Pádua Ramos / Un Siécle d’Arts du Feu. 1890-1990. Collection Pádua Ramos/ A Century of Fire Arts. 1890.1990. Pádua Ramos Collection
[Out of stock]  







(list taken from “Publications Catalogue – IPM 1992-2007” and from the site www.imc-ip.pt/lojas)


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