From 14th century paintings to cutting-edge contemporary installations, with vibrant street art, Lisbon’s galleries, museums, and streets have it all.
What’s On in Lisbon in June
March 12, 2019
June can be brutal in Lisbon. Luckily, it’s also the month that the city celebrates itself, which means street parties, sardines, and pimba music. But if you’re more of an indoor person, we got you covered as well.
ModaLisboa 2019: Insights from Joana Jorge
March 7, 2019
ModaLisboa is gearing up for their newest Fall/Winter incarnation entitled “Insight.” We caught up with project director Joana Jorge to get the inside scoop.
The Artist Behind the Nasty Women Exhibition: A Q&A with Inês Mourão
March 5, 2019
When U.S. president and feminist public enemy Donald Trump referred to his 2016 opponent Hillary Clinton as “a nasty woman,” he sparked widespread outrage that gave birth to an international feminist movement. Artists who identified with the term “nasty women” organized themselves in opposition to threats to women’s rights, individual rights, and abortion rights. They began […]
What’s On in Lisbon in May
March 5, 2019
From an animation festival to concerts by rock’s oldest and newest talents, and plenty of art spanning centuries, March in Lisbon this year promises to be a nice spring blast.
VIDEO PREMIERE : Street Art in Lisbon with Kone
February 22, 2019
Con O’Brien, aka Kone, is an Irish artist and designer currently based in Nuremberg, Germany. He was invited to Lisbon by Garden Collective to participate in their February event where he ran a live painting session. While here, he also took the chance to leave his mark on the Galeria de Arte Urbana with his […]
The Robot Retrospective: A Review of MAAT’s New Exhibition
January 28, 2019
A small white robot in a glass case shook, seemingly in terror, at loud noises — and the crowd of young adults that stood shouting at it was a haunting vision into what the future could hold.
Lisbon Culture on the Cheap, Part 2: Museums
January 12, 2019
There are dozens of museums in Portugal’s capital and within a short drive, and almost all charge admission. Here are a few tips to do it on the cheap – or for free.