As one of Banksy’s infamous rats once said: “If Graffiti changed anything – It would be illegal.”
What that really means remains unclear, probably even to Banksy.
What is clear is that, at least according to organizers LX Factory, “one of the world’s most well-kept secrets of urban art has just landed in Lisbon.”
“The first edition of EMUA – Ephemeral Museum of Urban Art, will take place from the 5th of May to the 25th of July 2021… EMUA will be taking over a building within the LX Factory complex, presenting 4 exhibitions that faithfully reconstitute the various stages of Urban Art’s epic journey. A unique opportunity to marvel at over 100 essential pieces of urban art created by some of the movement’s most highly regarded artists.
Prepare yourself to be dazzled by the works of both Portuguese and international urban art pioneers, including the likes of Banksy, Invader, André Saraiva, Os Gêmeos, Felipe Pantone, Vhils, Futura 2000, Bordalo II, Finok, Jason Revok, and many others.”
Wednesday to Sunday, 11h-19h.
(closed Mondays and Tuesdays).
FREE ENTRY (we think).