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).
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...
The Wrong Weather Gallery in Porto plays host to a group exhibition featuring works by Portuguese artists Manuel Forte, Pedro Matos and Ricardo Passaporte. Entitled “Just Because They Don’t Do What We Do Doesn’t Mean It’s Wrong”, examines perceptions and details that, once taken out of context, may provide a new meaning and contemplation.
Wrong Weather Gallery in Porto opens another provocative art show featuring the “wearable art” of British artist Patrick Church. The exhibition, titled “Just How You Made Me Feel,” presents Church’s latest works utilizing an unorthodox medium…paint and text on leather jackets. This unique show runs through 9 November 2013.
The Wrong Weather Gallery in Porto, has done it again. They've organized another show featuring the always stunning…and sometimes shocking…photographic imagery of London-based artist Predrag Pajdic. The exhibition Fallen from Grace, Risen from Man, opens 2 March with a live performance.
Wrong Weather, has organized another exciting, truly innovative exhibition. Sublimation and Separation is a collaborative show with works by Mustafa Sabbagh and Cristian Zucconi. The exhibition opens 29 September at the Wrong Weather Gallery on Avenida da Boavista, and runs through 29 October.
Wrong Weather, the fashion-forward menswear shop and cutting-edge gallery in Porto, has organized another avant-garde art exhibition. On display is photography “courageously walking the line between conscious and subconscious.” Predrag Pajdic’s Noetic Corpus: Sojurn of the Soul” opens 3 March and runs through 31 March.
The goal is “to create unique experiences for our customers.” With that in mind, the team behind Wrong Weather has built one of the most exciting menswear shops in Porto. It is a perfect fusion of fashion, art and design for the contemporary man.