The photographs of the series “Lisbon, City of Salt and Stone” are his – a portrait of a Portugal that wants to leave. In 1966, the women of the country were dressed in black. Photographer Jorge Guerra, born in 1936, lived in London, came to Lisbon for Christmas and found a city without smiles. In a conversation made up of zigzags, or life wasn’t like that, especially his, Jorge Guerra shares a little bit of his history, which is also our history. He talks about Elvas and the family estates, Lisbon and Colégio Moderno, Silva Porto and Hotel Girão. He speaks of London, Montreal and Toronto, where he resides. He came to Portugal to launch a book about his work. “Ph.07 Jorge Guerra” is the new title of the “Série Ph.”, a collection of monographs dedicated to contemporary Portuguese photographers. An edition of the National Mint Press (INCM).
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