Egoísta #72


Property of Estoril-Sol, Egoísta, serenely avant-garde, has asserted itself within the national and international publishing market as a cult object – differentiated and original. Egoísta is not an ordinary, commercial magazine, it is synonymous with contemporaneity and its themes promote reflection and thinking. See if you can catch it.

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Raffaello & Leonardo

Egoísta celebrates who we are: a culture, an identity, an age whose legacy remains and is a synonym of civilisation, beauty and genius. Divided into two themes, with two distinct covers, the magazine, which belongs to the Estoril Sol Group, is created with a group of high-class collaborators.

On behalf of Leonardo da Vinci, we can enjoy the contemporary reinterpretation of portraits signed by Augusto Brázio, followed by a text by Paulo José Miranda about the artist and the object of a portrait – of a love -, Jacopo.

A portfolio of works by Ana Vidigal shows us the artist’s pieces and her installations. Mário Cláudio writes a fiction piece entitled The Boat. Gonçalo F. Santos photographs the Last Supper in a children’s version and Paulo Mendes Pinto decodes the madonnas painted by da Vinci.

Fiction returns through Lídia Jorge’s pen, in a short story entitled The Words Suspended. The artist João Vilhena shows us a portfolio with the usual autobiographical nature and we gather some sketches by Leonardo.

The mystery about Mona Lisa entertains Patrícia Reis and the Vitruvian Man is decomposed in its perfection, with measures and considerations. In a variation on the human body, Tomás de Castro Neves follows and does not follow in the footsteps of the master.

We flip the magazine and start again, another cover, another tribute. Raffaello starts by being written and described by António Mega Ferreira in an extraordinary essay, which is followed by the story of the artist and his beloved one by Ana Dias da Silva. This Body is Also Yours is the portfolio of Brazilian photographer Ana Quintella.

Fiction comes with the short story by Dulce Maria Cardoso, That Sunday. Ana Matos writes, Rui Horta Pereira lends his art as muse. 

Rita Vilaret repaints the stage of Athens and one of the most significant canvases of Raffaello’s career. Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida writes He Reached his Hand Out to Me and I Went, and Inês Pedrosa, the short story The Last Encounter.

Ophelia is the name of the portfolio by the Spanish artist Fernando Vicente, and The Mouth that Looks gathers illustrations by the writer Valter Hugo Mãe. Gonçalo F. Santos photographs the hidden collection of the National Theatre of São Carlos and the imagination wanders happily in that proposed itinerary.

Once again, Egoísta amazes, thinks the past with an idea of the future, serenely avant-garde, classically futuristic.

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