The exhibition Árvores Vigilantes do Tempo (Trees Watching over the Time) will be inaugurated on April 1, at 4 p.m., at the Côa Museum restaurant, with the participation of Her Excellency the Regional Development Secretary, Professor Isabel Ferreira.
There will be an olive oil tasting, and a tertulia, under the theme: The Olive Tree and the Landscape, moderated by Sandra Sarmento, with interventions of Graça Morais, Válter Hugo Mãe, Francisco Pavão, Marisa Ribeiro and Zulmiro de Carvalho.
This exposition will be on exhibition at Côa Museum until September 30th.
Fátima Carvalho’s biography
Fátima was born in Salto, Montalegre. She began photographing in the 90s and has been exposing since 2014. Through her photographic vision, she presents us her personal reflection before the recognition of the symbolic character that emanates with the marks of the passage of time in the most famous trees in Portugal. The Serralves Olive Tree, almost 15 centuries old, and the Salto Oak, around 300 years old, are seen as monuments, among others.