Lisbon’s prestigious Galeria São Mamede, presents new works from Portuguese sculptor Agostinho Nogueira Lopes at the Vale do Lobo gallery in the Algarve. The figures, shaped in wood, explore dimensions of the human face, combined with...
Our friends at ultra-cool menswear store Wrong Weather in Porto presents another unique cultural event. From 4 March to 1 April, new works by photographer Sam Scott Schiavo...
Cristina Bergoglio’s Portugal debut exhibition at the Conrad Algarve in 2013 was a smashing success. Her ethereal cityscapes left everyone mesmerized and wanting more.
Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso is one of in a rather significant list of Portuguese modern artists. Returning from World War I in 1916, he organized a series of exhibitions of his avante-garde works in Lisbon and Porto.
Tavira-based artist Nuno Santiago is featured in an exhibition at the White Box Gallery in the Vilamoura Marina. Born in Lisbon in 1956, Santiago studied painting at the University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Lisbon.
The prestigious São Mamede Gallery in Lisbon presents an extraordinary show, works from noted Portuguese modern painter António Charrua. The pieces in exhibition were part of a larger retrospective of the artist held in 2015 at the Museu Gulbenkian.
Art Vilamoura and Omey Projects follow up their acclaimed Lost Warhols summer exhibition with a show featuring two fresh, emerging international artists: Terry Bradley and Agnetha Sjögren. The dramatic portraits painted by Bradley and limited edition prints of Sjögren’s dog sculptures are on display at the White Box Gallery in the Vilamoura Marina through 14 October.
From jazz and yellow cabs, to muscle cars and vintage warplanes, Alain Bertrand captures early 20th Century USA in mesmerizing brushstrokes. A new collection of paintings presented by ArtCatto Gallery at the Conrad Algarve serve as a visual postcard of 1940’s to 1960’s America.