Loulé hosts an exhibition with pieces made from garbage taken from the Ria Formosa

Exhibition is promoted by Folha de Medronho

The exhibition “Plastique Sense(a)ction”, which brings together works by Sara Mendes Vicente and Mateus Verde made from marine litter, will be inaugurated on December 2, at 18 pm, in the rehearsal room of the Folha de Medronho association, in Loulé .

In a first phase, the exhibition can be seen by the general public between the 4th and 14th of December, on Mondays and Wednesdays (14:00 to 19:30) and on Saturdays (10:00 to 14:00). The exhibition can once again be visited, on the same days of the week and at the same time, between the 4th and 18th of January.

The materials used in the exhibition were extracted from the vast coast belonging to the Ria Formosa, thus freeing the beautiful territory of the garbage that will be used in the construction of the pieces for the exhibition. At the exit, the public may leave a donation (minimum of 2 euros), and the resulting funds will be entirely directed to the RIAS – Ria Formosa Wildlife Recovery and Research Center – which is daily responsible for the survival of the species that inhabit the space that our species dirty”, describes Folha de Medronho.