Category Archives: Art Galleries

October 23

New urban Art work in Lisbon – André Saraiva

André Saraiva reveals his new urban art work in Lisbon

Oficina Irmãos Marques leads the visitor to jump into their creative world August 04

Oficina Irmãos Marques

Located in the eclectic and creative hood of Bairro Alto, to enter at Oficina Irmãos Marques, is to enter directly into the creativity world, to the fantastic and imagination realm. It is a shop, artists studio / workshop and an Art gallery. Inside we can feel the creative free spirit, and so as we enter in the […]

March 07

Galeria Tapeçarias de Portalegre

  Located in the old stables where the famous Marquis de Pombal was born, Manuel Amado’s gallery showcases Portalegre tapestries. Over 200 Portuguese and international artists have had their work translated into 100% wool Portalegre mural tapestries. The limited edition pieces are all numbered and hand-signed by the artist. http://www.mtportalegre.pt/en/  

February 24

Cristina Guerra

  Avant-garde Cristina Guerra owns one of the most radical galleries in Lisbon. She frequently flies abroad to attend Arco (Spain), Art Basel (Switzerland), Art Miami (USA), Fiac (Paris) as well as Arte Lisboa. She represents artists such as John Baldessari, Sabine Hornig, João Paulo Feliciano, João Louro, Matt Mullican, Julião Sarmento, Lawrence Weiner, Erwin Wurm and Yonamine. http://www.cristinaguerra.com/ […]

February 15

Galeria Ratton Cerâmicas

Owner, Ana Maria Viegas, commissioned architects João de Almeida and Pedro Moreira to redesign her space in the former stables of the Marquis de Pombal into a minimalist gallery. Exhibiting original azulejos, Ana Maria has also invited renowned Portuguese and international artists to design new tiles for use in metro stations, public spaces, lakes and churches. Artists include Graça Morais, Paula Rego, Júlio Pomar, Bartolomeu […]

January 31

Galeria 111

Galeria 111 is the oldest Portuguese art gallery, with spaces in both Lisbon and Oporto, showcasing Portuguese contemporary art. The current directors, Maria Arlete Alves da Silva and Rui Brito, are constantly on the look out for both Portuguese and international artists to exhibit. http://www.111.pt/#/en/homepage/  

January 13

Belem Cultural Center – Colecção Berardo

Inspired by his beloved friend, South-African lawyer Óscar Gatez, Joe Berardo never forgot their common motto: ‘every investor has the obligation to do good in his community’. Berardo became a millionaire by recycling gold-mine debris in abandoned South African mines. In 1988 he created the Berardo Foundation, a private charity that works in the fields of education, […]