“Psychogeographic Lisbon Guide” Collective Exhibition in Lost Lisbon

The “Psychogeographic Guide of Lisbon” exhibition is a result of a partnership between Lost Lisbon Hostel / Lost Collective and the Lisbon Street Art and Urban Creativity International Conference 2017  Parallel Activities.

The exhibition will take place in Lost Lisbon (Cais do Sodré) on June 9th, 2017 and will be presenting original pieces from urban artists: Dirty Cop, Gonçalo Mar, Lucas Almeida, Ram, Robert Panda, Nomen, Tamara Alves and Youthone.

Check the event details:

Date: 9 June 2017
Friday, from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Lost Lisbon – Travessa do Corpo Santo 10, 1200-131, Cais do Sodré
Cost of entry: To be informed
You can RSVP via Facebook HERE

 

Press release information:

The “Psychogeographic Guide of Lisbon” exhibition It’s a partnership with Lost Lisbon Hostel / Lost Collective, integrated in the Parallel activities of the Lisbon Street Art and Urban Creativity 2017, International Conference, that will occur in 6,7 and 8 of July.
In this collective exhibition will be presented original pieces from invited authors. This pieces reflect the author personal perspective on the Map of Lisbon. From a selected group of the most prominent visual signs authors from graffiti and street art local scene, gathering the pioneers with the revelations, on a open range of technics and genres. This exhibition will be published in the Psychogeographic Guide of Lisbon book that will be launched within the program and in the conference dates.
There will be original works from:
Dirty Cop, Gonçalo Mar, Lucas Almeida, Ram, Robert Panda, Nomen, Tamara Alves e Youthone.

 

More information at:

Exhibition Facebook Event: Here
Urban Creativity Facebook Page: Here
Urban Creativity Official Website: Here
Lisbon Street Art & Urban Creativity Conference 2017 Official Website: Here
Lisbon Street Art & Urban Creativity Conference 2017 Facebook Page: Here
Lost Lisbon Facebook Page: Here
Lost Lisbon Website: Here

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