Urban Bundle #1

How & Nosm (2013) & RAM
Rua Inácio Pardelhas Sanchez, 126

Reis Crew
Carcavelos

Black Sneaker
Marvila

SKTR
Amoreiras

Que?
Amoreiras

Bordalo II
Alcântara

VHILS (2014)
Avenida da Índia, 28

Upcoming: Edis One Solo Exhibition “It Makes Sense” at Arte Periférica

The Gallery Arte Periférica in Lisbon will present a new solo exhibition by the artist Edis One, called “It Makes Sense” taking place from the 6th of January to the 2nd of February 2018.  See more details about the exhibition below and by clicking the links.

Details:

Date: From the 6th of January to the 2nd of February 2018
Location: Arte Periférica Gallery – Praça do Império – Centro Cultural de Belém, Loja 6
1449-003 Lisbon – Portugal
Gallery opening hours: Everyday, from 10am to 20pm
Cost of entry: Free admission

Opening reception with the artist: Saturday, 6th of January at 5pm – 8pm
You can RSVP via Facebook HERE.

Press Release:

IT MAKES SENSE
It makes sense, cork and tile, like all things in life, is an experiment.
Experiments are mediators between nature and idea.
When ideas fail, men invent words.
But in the end, we won’t remember the most beautiful face, we’ll remember the most powerful word.

(Source: Here)

More Information:

Edis One Facebook Page: Here

Arte Periférica Facebook Page: Here

Exhibition Facebook Event: Here

Findings of 2017 in Parede, Portugal

Painted by: 2upla

This legal wall in Parede (Address: R. João de Barros 179, 2775-208 Parede) is a playground for writers and street artists like Chure, Bray, Mosaik, 2upla,  and more. If you are in Parede, and would like to see some good paintings, don’t forget to check out their work. Below you can see some pics.

Painted by: Mosaik

Painted by: Bray

Painted by: Mosaik

Painted by: Chure

Painted by: Bray

Painted by: Mosaik

Painted by: Mosaik

Painted by: Bray 

Painted by: Chure

Painted by: Slap

“One Less Brick in The Wall” On Fuel TV featuring Portuguese Street Art

On the 26th of September 2017 premiered “One Less Brick in the Wall”, the new exclusive FUEL TV content in partnership with Nescafé and GAU (Galeria de Arte Urbana).

This program is dedicated to Lisbon street art and gives us some knowledge about the work done on the streets and artists behind them. The focus is on the artists and and street art done on Muro Lx 2017 – Lisbon Street Art Festival.

On the first episode,  Kruella D’enferZësar BahamonteLS and brazilian Kobra are the presented artists. The 2nd episode with new content,  is going to air on Tuesday (3 October, 10PM) on Fuel TV.

Upcoming: “It´s a Pleasure To Burn” Tamara Alves New Exhibition at Art Room

The Art Room  is preparing a Solo Exhibition by Tamara Alves,  opening on 28th of September 2017 .

This exhibition is inspired by Ray Bradbury, when beginning his masterpiece, Fahrenheit 451 “It was a pleasure to burn”.
The series of images presented in this exhibition are poetic, rebellious, exuberant, intense and sensual just like fire.
Fire consumes us and destroys us, burns us and manages to transform our inner being into something charming, warm and enveloped in eroticism and passion. We are fire.  (Source: Here)

Details:

Date: 28th September 2017 – 14th October 2017
Location: Art Room
Pátio do Tejolo, 1, à D. Pedro V – Príncipe Real, 1350-301 Lisboa
Gallery opening hours: Tuesday to Wednesday from 2PM to 7PM and Thursday to Saturday from 2PM to 8PM
Cost of entry: Free admission

Opening Event: September 28, 2017, From 6PM to 9PM
You can RSVP via Facebook HERE.

More information at:

Exhibition Facebook Event: Here

Art Room Facebook Page: Here

Tamara Alves Facebook Page: Here

Press and sales enquiries: info@artroom.pt

Upcoming: Guided Street Art Tour to Bº. Padre Cruz (XXXVIII)

(Source: Here)

The 38th Street Art Tour to Bairro Padre Cruz will take place on Saturday the 14th of October 2017, organized by Boutique da Cultura.
These organized visits show some of the works that were created in the Carnide neighborhood. Bº. Padre Cruz is the largest municipal district of the Iberian Peninsula and is also since 2016 one of the largest galleries of urban art in Europe.

Details:

Date: 14th October 2017 at 10 AM
Location: Bairro Padre Cruz, 1600 Lisboa (Carnide)
Cost of entry: No cost of admission but it is necessary  to register.

Registrations: Send an e-mail to geral@boutiquedacultura.pt
You can RSVP to the event: Here

Findings of 2017 in Carcavelos, Portugal

Painted by: Ram

If you are in Carcavelos don’t forget to check out the graffitis and street art done on the legal wall located near the Carcavelos high school (Address: Rua Escola Secundária de Carcavelos – Carcavelos, Lisboa).

Painted by: Mosaik

Painted by: Chure

Painted by: Bray

Painted by: Utopia

Painted by: Ram

Painted by: Slap

Painted by: Nomen

Recap: Iminente Festival 2017 in Oeiras

Iminente – The Arts and Music Festival 2017 edition was, once more, a success. The Jardim Municipal de Oeiras (Oeiras Municipal Garden) hosted this event from the 15th to the 17th of September, and counted with at least 3000 people each day.
This festival, curated by the renown street artists Vhils, counted with the presence of music artists like Orelha Negra, Slow J, Dj Ride, Regula, Dj Big, Hollywood and more.

Regarding Graffiti and Street Art, the festival hosted works by ±MaisMenos±; berru; Bordalo II; Estúdio Pedrita; Felipe Pantone; Jorge Charrua; Kruella d’Enfer; Maria Imaginário; Teresa Esgaio; Vhils; FAHR 021.3; Glam; The Caver; Fábio Colaço; Mosaik; Obey SKTR (PT); Youthone; Draw & Contra; Pedro Coquenão | Batida. Check them out below.

Mixed Artists

Wasted Rita

(“Bitter girls on top”)

±MaisMenos±

Felipe Pantone

Bordalo II

Vhils

Pedro Coquenão | Batida

The Caver

Mosaik

Youth One

Obey (SKTR)

Teresa Esgaio

Jorge Charrua

Okuda

(piece from last year)

Draw & Contra

Glam

Estudio Pedrita

Vhils

(piece from last year)

Maria Imaginário

berru

Kruella D’Enfer

 

Freshly Painted Train Station Tunnel in Algés

Just before the 2017 edition of the NOS Alive Music Festival, the Algés train station tunnel suffered a renovation.  The CMOeiras, CP – Comboios de Portugal and IP-Infraestruturas de Portugal proposed a challenge to the artists 2Upla, Nomen, Jorge Cordeiro, Pedro Esteves and counted with the participation of about 13 other graffiti writers, to change the face of this location.

It was a project of approximately 1,2 km2, divided in zones and executed during 10 consecutive days. The themes around this project emerged from the concept of mobility, “Mobility Factory” and from the importance of the Algés riverside walkway as one of the biggest concert stages located at the riverfront of Lisbon.

Below you can find photos of the final result.

Work above done by: 2upla

Street Art in Bairro do Fim do Mundo – Painted Neighborhoods in Cascais

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Wall by Utopia.

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Wall by Smile.

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Piece by Slap.

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Piece by Parks.Street art, Graffiti, Bairro fim do mundo

Piece by Smile.

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Piece by Slap.

Recap: Shepard Fairey’s Solo Exhibition “Printed Matters” in Lisbon

Sheppard Fairey, Printed Matters, Obey Giant

Once more, the Underdogs Gallery brings to Lisbon a must see exhibition by the one and only, Shepard Fairey, mostly known as Obey. The solo exhibition is now available until the 23th of September 2017.

INFO:

Date: From 21 to 29 of July, and 1 to 23 of September 2017
Location: Underdogs Gallery – Rua Fernando Palha, Armazém 56, 1950-132 Lisboa
Gallery opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 2pm to 8pm
Cost of entry: Free admission
Contact: info@under-dogs.net

More information at:

Exhibition Official Page: Here
Exhibition Facebook Event: Here
Shepard Fairey Official Page: Here

(Read the press release below)

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Press Release:

Underdogs Gallery is proud to present “Printed Matters – Lisbon”, the first solo exhibition by renowned American visual artist Shepard Fairey in Lisbon, Portugal.
“Printed Matters” is a continuous series of exhibitions which focus on the importance of printed material in Shepard Fairey’s art.

Each exhibition highlights this significance by incorporating a variety of the artist’s printed material—including screen prints on paper, editions on wood, editions on metal, and fine art collage—with new works added for each venue, making each “Printed Matters” exhibition a unique experience.

Beginning in 2010, the “Printed Matters” platform was first presented in Los Angeles and for its next instalment will exhibit in Lisbon at Underdogs Gallery and will be on view from 21 to 31 of July, and 1 to 23 of September.

(Source: Here)

 

Street Art in Bairro da Torre – Painted Neighborhoods in Cascais

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Wall by Daniel Eime.

 

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Walls by Smile.

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Wall by Moksha.

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Wall by Youth One.

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Wall by Daze.

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Wall by Paula Bonet.

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Wall by Add Fuel.

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Wall by Kruella D’Enfer.

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Wall by Gonçalo Mar.

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Wall by Utopia.

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Wall by J de Montaigne.

Upcoming: Desenlata – Matosinhos Independent Art Festival 2017

The 3th edition of Desenlata – Matosinhos Independent Art Festival 2017 is coming on the 2nd of September 2017 until the 5th and bringing to the public a street art tour, a collective wall, guided visits and an exhibition including various artists. Check the details below.

Details:

Date: From 2 September until 5 September 2017
Location: Matosinhos, Porto
Cost of entry: To be informed

 

Collective Exhibition “Arte na Conserva”

Dates: From 4 September to 1 October 2017
Opening: 7 September at 5PM
Location: Loja Interativa de Turismo de Matosinhos – Avenida General Norton de Matos (Praia do Titan)

 

More information:

Festival Facebook Page: Here

Obey Giant is Out in the Streets of Lisbon

Obey, one of the world’s most respected icons in the street art scene, spread his art along the streets of Lisbon. The artist came to Portugal for the first time, invited by the Underdogs Gallery, where he is presenting a solo exhibition called “Printed Matters”, available until the 23th of September. To complete his visit, Shepard Fairey left some murals in Graça and Campolide areas which you can see below.

Check out Obey’s impression of his experience in Lisbon here.

 

Location of the wall: Rua da Senhora da Glória , 39, 1170-335 Lisboa

Obey Giant, Streets Lisbon

Obey Giant, Streets Lisbon

Obey Giant, Streets Lisbon

Location of the wall: Rua José Gomes Ferreira,  1250-132 Lisbon (near Amoreiras Shopping Center)

 

Obey Giant, Streets Lisbon

Obey Giant, Streets Lisbon

Location of the wall: Rua Natália Correia, 11, 1170-166 Lisboa

Shepard Fairey Official Page: Here

Recap: Lisbon “Graffiti in Amoreiras” Festival

Artists Utopia and Nomen had the initiative to organize a street art and graffiti festival, called “Graffiti in Amoreiras“, that took place at the great wall of Amoreiras in Lisbon, Portugal.  This non-profit project featuring 14 invited artists (and some other who joined the event), renewed the historic wall and left to the graffiti lovers in general, some large-scale paintings, covering an area of 750m2. The event happened in May 2017 but you can recap the work of the artists below.

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Painted By Acer.

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Painted By Raf.

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Painted by Bray.

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Painted by Amor.

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Painted by Smile.

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Painted by Vespa.

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Painted by Slap.

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Painted by Mar.

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Painted by Styler.

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Pained by Youth One.

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Painted by Nark.

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Painted by Ram.

Amoreiras, Graffiti, Street art

Painted by Nomen.

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Amoreiras, Graffiti, Street art

Amoreiras, Graffiti, Street art

Painted by Chure and Mosaik.

Painted by Obey.