Alberto Carneiro

Alberto Carneiro was born in Coronado, Portugal, in 1937. Between the age of ten and twenty-one he learned a trade as an image maker in the religious art workshops in his home town.


Alexandre Farto/Vhils

Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto (1987) has been carving a unique path in the international urban art scene. He started interacting with the urban environment under the name of Vhils as a graffti writer in the early 2000s.


Antonio Bokel

Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1978, Bokel graduated in Graphic Design from Univercidade in 2004. He held his first individual exhibition in 2003, at Ken’s Art Gallery, Florence, Italy, where he lived and attended photography and history of art courses.


Bosco Sodi

Bosco Sodi (b. 1970, Mexico City) is known for his richly textured, vividly colored large-scale paintings. Sodi has discovered an emotive power within the essential crudeness of the materials that he uses to execute his paintings.


Gabriela Albergaria

Gabriela Albergaria was born in Vale de Cambra em 1965. Lives and works in Lisbon and New York.


João Paulo Serafim

Graduated in Photography and Fine Arts at Ar.Co, school where teaches since 1998, at the Photography Department. In 2005 participates in the Photography Course of the Gulbenkian Criatividade e Criação Artística program, in 2008 attends Art History at Universidade Nova de Lisboa.



I was born in 2009. I create works that are somewhere in between street art, pottery, painting, sculpture and jewelry. I would like to make positive art and to deal with positive emotions. Sometimes, I also comment in my art social and political issues that I consider important.



Nils-Udo was born in Germany in 1937. He began his career as a painter, before discovering his true artistic vocation in nature – an adventure that has taken him to all four corners of the planet: from India to Mexico, from Namibia to Japan. He sculpts within nature, using whatever he finds on site.


Paulo Arraiano

Paulo Arraiano has participated in several exhibitions, both solo and collective, national and international.


Stuart Ian Frost

In Stuart Frost’s artistic practice the notion/idea “place” stands central. It functions both as a theoretic and practical starting point. Through the whole of his artistic career he has sought out specific places in various countries and carried out so called site specific projects.


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