Artist Bio

Alexandre Farto (also known as VHILS) was born 1987 in Lisbon, Portugal. He lives and works in London and Lisbon.

Exhibitions

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015
– „Dissonance“, Lazarides Rathbone, London

2014
– „Dissection“, EDP Foundation, Lisbon
– „Vestiges“, Magda Danysz Gallery, Paris“

2012
– „Devoid“, Lazarides Rathbone, London
– „Entropy“, Magda Danysz Gallery, Paris
– „Diorama“, Vera CorteÌ’s Agencia de Arte, Lisbon
– „Visceral“, Magda Danysz Gallery, Shanghai

2011
– „Detritos“, Galeria Presenca, Oporto

2009
– „Scratching the Surface“, Lazarides Rathbone, London

2008
– „Even if you win the rat race, you’re still a rat“, Vera Cortes Agencia de Arte, Lisbon

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2015
– „Works From The Collection António Cachola“, Centro de Arte Contemporânea Graça Morais, Bragança
– „Iberian Suite: Global Arts Remix“,The Kennedy Center, Washington DC, Washington, USA

2012
– „Public Enemy“, Magda Danysz Gallery, Paris
– „Beyond the Street“, Musee de la Poste, Paris
– „Festival Images“, Vevey, Switzerland
– „Fame Festival“, Grottaglie, Italy
– „Walk & Talk“, Azores, Portugal
– „Komafest“, Vardo, Norway

2011
– „Centro Cultural de Belem“, Collection of Modern and Contemporary Art, Lisbon
– „Wynwood Walls“, Miami
, Florida, USA
– „Nuart 2011 Festival“, Stavanger, Norway
– „European Bailout Show“, Lazarides pop-up, Los Angeles
“Wynwood Walls“, Miami
– „Fame Festival, Grottaglie“, Italy
– „Museu em ruínas“, MACE, Museu de arte contemporaÌ‚nea de Elvas, Portugal

2010
– „Viva la Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape“, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
, CA, USA
– „Eurotrash“, Lazarides pop-up, Los Angeles
, CA, USA

2009
– „Grifters“, Lazarides Rathbone, London
– „Fame Festival“, Grottaglie, Italy

2008
– „The Outsiders New York“, Lazarides pop-up, New York City, NY, USA
– „The Cans Festival“, London

2006
– „Compact Life“, Vera CorteÌ‚s Agencia de Arte, Lisbon
“Global Cities“ Tate Modern, London
– „HaÌbitos de Rua“, Centro Cultural Maus HaÌbitos, Spain

2005
– „Graffiti 2005“, Centro Cultural Malaposta, Odivelas, Portugal

2003
– „Arte Urbana“, Vila Franca De Xira, Portugal

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