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.
Wrong Weather Gallery in Porto presents a special exhibition by artist Miguel Palma. The conceptual work, entitled “Dsex”, comprises of a Citroen DS and a video presentation, and is intended to mix contemporary design (the auto) with erotic content (film).
The art event will be nothing less than a trifecta of contrasting, yet impeccable artistic styles: the photography of Tessa Schack; oils on canvas of Yin QingFeng and anamorphic sculptures of Jonty Hurwitz.
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.
It’s probably the most highly-anticipated cultural event in Portugal this year…the long awaited, Grand Opening of MAAT, the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in Lisbon. The opening celebration is set for Wednesday, 5 October with a 12-hour program of performances, concerts....
The Museum of Art, Architecture & Technology (MAAT) is Lisbon’s newest cultural entity. The museum, developed to showcase the EDP Foundation Art Collection, plays host to a four exhibitions running through the Summer, at the Tejo Power Station (Museum of Electricity).
"My father told an anecdote,” explains Portuguese artist Ricardo Gaspar, “about a man entering a madhouse, closing all of the doors and windows, and saying ‘Finally! I can protect myself from all of the wackiness out there!’” Gaspar further illustrates this sentiment in his new exhibition entitled Vaissandando ...