Boston Portuguese Festival 2010

Come to the launch of the 2010 Boston Portuguese Festival, this Monday @ the MA State House in Boston, and see the "Portugal, 21st Century" photo exhibition by Paulo César

To view the event calendar for the 2010 Boston Portuguese Festival click here.

Start:
April 5, 2010 9:00 am
End:
April 9, 2010 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Venue:
Massachusetts State House

Title: ”Portugal, 21st Century”
Location: Massachusetts State House, Boston
Description: April 5th, 3PM – Opening Cocktail/Lecture “The Portuguese in the 21st Century: Reclaiming a Place on the World Map” by Dr. Ana Nava
Start Date: 04-05-2010
End Date: 04-09-2010

 

 

Paulo César

Nascimento Guerra was born on August 17, 1972 in Mafra, Portugal. Though a Business Administration major in college, photography has always been an extension of Paulo César himself. Renowned as “portrayer of souls,” Paulo César’s images capture beyond the surface, triggering emotions, creating worlds and inventing stories. He describes photography as playing with light, shadows, painting lives, and places and moments in a way that is different for every person. His style has been dubbed digital romance, clearly depicted in his portraits of people and scenic landscapes. Paulo César’s photography career began to flourish in 2005 when his work was featured on HYPERLINK “http://www.olhares.comwww.olhares.com. This is Paulo César first exhibition in the United States as part of the 2010 Edition of The Boston Portuguese Festival whose purpose is to show both Portuguese modern culture and our national heritage.

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