Mário Belém’s solo exhibition, is full of “confusing, complicated, contradictory and ambiguous messages.” Called Conto Interrompido, the Portuguese urban artist invites you to...
First time in Portugal! 200 works by eclectic and charismatic Dutch artist M. C. Escher. Escher in Lisboa runs through 27 May 2018 at the Museu d Arte Popular.
Following a successful run at the Serralves in Porto, works of Joan Miró, that are owned by the Portuguese State, are now on display at the Palácio Nacional da Ajuda in Lisbon.
Significant names from Brazil’s modernism period are on display at the Berardo Museum in Lisbon. The works, spanning a period from 1920 to 1960, are on loan from the Fundação Edson Queiroz Collection in Forteleza.
If you’ve visited Lisbon, you’ve likely encountered the urban art of Bordalo II. This unique and highly-respected Portuguese artist upcycles the city’s rubbish and trash into jaw-dropping...
Californian-based artist and producer Sharon Lockhart presents Meus Pequenos Amores (My Little Loves) at the Museu Colecao Berardo, a museum of modern and contemporary art located in Belem, Lisbon.
ArtCatto adds color to your Algarvean summer. Two superb artists, with vastly different styles, use joyful color sure to evoke a range of emotions, from peace and tranquility, to order and fanaticism.
Free Forms is an apt title for ArtCatto’s Summer Exhibition at the Conrad Algarve, which features two UK-based artists–paintings and prints from the late John Hoyland, and sculptures by Jeff Lowe.