Vhils opens his first gallery solo exhibition at Over The Influence in Hong Kong, featuring a new body of works dedicated to the city.
After visiting London in July, the three-day urban art and music festival curated by Vhils is returning home to Oeiras, Portugal. From 15 to 17 September. What are you waiting for?
Due to the unfortunate devastation caused by typhoon Hato in Macao, we are sorry to announce that Vhils' solo exhibition "Debris" had to close earlier than planned.
Iminente is an immersive two-day festival curated by Vhils, bringing the soul of Lisbon to the heart of London.
Featuring an entirely new body of works, “Imprint” will be showcased at CAFA Art Museum, Gallery 3B, between 30 June and 23 July 2017.
Vhils' latest solo exhibition opens this Wednesday 31 May at Navy Yard No.1 - Contemporary Art Center, in Macau
The second installment of Vhils' ongoing travelling solo exhibition series "Debris", opens in Macau on 31 May.
Vhils Studio in Hong Kong is opening its doors to all on 23 and 24 March. A unique opportunity to take a look behind the scenes of the artist's universe.
New virtual visit video of Vhils' Debris solo show signed by Solid Dogma has just been released by HOCA. Come see it.
Underdogs are releasing two new fresh editions by Vhils today. Dropping at 4pm GMT at www.under-dogs.net/shop.
Commission for state-of-the-art building in Lisbon redesigned by Portuguese architect Pedro Appleton sees light of day.
Upcoming three-day urban art and music festival in Oeiras, Portugal, curated by Vhils. From 23 to 25 September.
We give you a sneak peak of the upcoming Vhils edition to be launched by Underdogs on 15 July, 4pm GMT+1
Vhils presents three-dimensional commissioned artwork to mark the 25 years of Portuguese newspaper Público.
Underdogs Art Store opens small exhibition of Vhils prints in Lisbon ahead of new edition release. 06 May, 6pm.
"Ephemera", the new monograph released by HOCA Foundation, is now available through their website.
New commissioned wall piece looking down on the river Douro goes up in the heart of Porto, Portugal