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THE EXHIBITION

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, is taking place in Lx Factory until the 25th of July 2021, coinciding with the closing celebration of Lisbonweek’s 6th edition, dedicated to Alcântara. EMUA is taking over several buildings within the LX Factory complex, presenting 5 exibitions which faithfully reconstitute the various stages of Urban Art’s epic journey. A unique opportunity to marvel at over 150 essential pieces of urban art created by some of the movement’s most highly regarded artists. This mutant museum started only with 3 spaces, now it has 5 and it keeps on growing, an experience that doesn’t stop, but it transforms, recreates and reinterpretates itself; the same happened with the artists and art pieces, with the new artworks the visitors are given the chance to come back to the museum and experience a whole new vision of what is urban art and how it spreaded around the world.

ABOUT URBAN ART

Getting to know this art form, which began as a form of vandalism, and is known for its subversive, explosive and exultant essence, is our proposal. Urban art has invaded our lives and lit a spark in our eyes, echoing throughout every continent with its radically conceived visual language. A new way to deliver messages to the masses through constant creation, as if each and every artist lay a brick to build their own expression and convey in it a part of their wandering souls.

THE 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, Futura 2000, Bordalo II, Finok, Jason Revok, and many others…

RERO’S BIGGEST INSTALLATION @EMUA

RERO’S BIGGEST INSTALLATION Untitled (NO SELFIE ZONE…)-Outdoor installation – 77m x 7m EMUA, LX Factory, Lisboa, 2021
RERO’s work, while instantly recognizable from his distinctive visual style, contains within it an inherent fluidity as he explores myriad social concepts, from technology and consumerism to language and obsolescence.

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