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Eldorado

The Arrival in Lisbon and what Happened

Eldorado

A Chegada a Lisboa e o que Acontece


Edited by Maumaus

graphic design by Arne Kaiser

Portuguese/English

500. c. 20 pp.,

11.50 cm x 17.50 cm
softcover

pub. date: July 2001


“The heat was unbearable, everything seemed to be dead and all around could be heard the heavy rumble of warm air. The journey had been quite harrowing, as he had spend five hours inside in a train halting at each tiny village.

His aim was to arrive at the Lisbon Welcome Center. According to what he had been told, here he would find all that he desired: air conditioning to protect him from the heat, entertainment, food, drink, information, advice, cordiality (...)”


A publication of Mariana Ramos, printed to coincide with the exhibition Eldorado from Maumaus - School of Visual Arts, at the Lisbon Welcome Center, part of the Festival dos Oceanos, from 18 to 25-08-2001

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