Give the gift of art from Lisbon galleries

Dec 17, 2021

Give the gift of art from Lisbon galleries

Give the gift of art from Lisbon galleries

From RedCollectors, as experts in art collecting for more than 18 years, we propose the following 10 art gifts from artists represented by Lisbon galleries with which you are sure to get it right. Give the gift of art from the experts and shine this Christmas.

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Isa Toledo

Born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1990. She studied at Camberwell College of Arts - University of Arts London and then completed an MA in Painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon. Isa has also lived in Dubai and Berlin and is now based in Lisbon. Isa's video work has been shown at Photopub festival in Slovenia, HVW8 gallery in Berlin and in online exhibitions for Pousio - Arte e Cultura, for Transmissions TV, as well as a series of solo digital videos for Smuggler. In 2015, she co-founded ButchCamp with graphic designer Rosen Eveleigh, a research project focusing on contemporary camp aesthetics. Butchcamp's interviews and articles have been published by Teen Vogue, Another Magazine, Dazed and Girls Like Us. In Portugal, her illustrations have been published by Electra Magazine and Sr. Teste.

Isa Toledo, Pick a card [CASA NOVA], 2021, Photograph. 43 x 237 cm. 500 €



3. Luis Lázaro Matos

Born in 1987 in Évora, Portugal. Lives and works in Lisbon. She obtained a BA in Painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon in 2010 and a BA in Art Practice from Goldsmiths College, London, in 2011. Recent solo exhibitions include: Waves and Whirlpools, Porto Municipal Gallery (2020); Summer Waterfalls and Autumn Leaves, Beursschouwburg, Brussels (2019); Zoo, Casa da Cerca, Almada (2019): Notes on Cosmic Pluralism, 1646, Den Haag (2019); among others.

Luís Lázaro Matos, 19th and 20th century Italian military garments #10, 2018, Painting. 30 x 22 cm. 900 €.



4. Angela Bassano

He studied graphic design at the University of Buenos Aires, graphic design at the Escuela Superior de Diseño, and finally interior design at the Centro Educativo de Artes Visuales. In his works, in addition to complying with the parameters that are typical of Bassano's plastic work, he goes much further. His work is immersed in a strangely unknown world, of which we never had any knowledge, in an esoteric world that goes beyond the epidermis of plastic language.

Angela Bassano, untitled, 2015, Mixed media. 55 x 40 cm. 1.000 €.



5. Patrícia Garrido

She is an artist born in 1963 The oldest auction listed on the website is a painting sold in 2008 at Anaf Arts Auction S.A.R.L , the most recent being a painting sold in 2019.'s prices and artist's indexes are based on 5 auctions. Specially: painting, sculpture.

Patrícia Garrido, Untitled, 2009, Design. 24 x 30 cm. 1,750 €.



6. Tierry Auger

Born in Vichy in 1968, self-taught, Thierry Auger soon discovered a passion for street art and pop art. His works evolve around collages on canvas, wood or plexiglass. Available in resin, wood and steel sculpture with inlaid objects, Thierry Auger has created a real craze in Saint Tropez for an international clientele.

Thierry Auger, Rock , 2021, Mixed media. 100 x 100. 1.800 €



7. Buhlebezwe Siwani

She was born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1987 and currently lives and works between Cape Town and Amsterdam. He completed his BAFA at the Wits School of Arts in Johannesburg in 2011 and his MFA at the Michealis School of Fine Arts in 2015. Buhlebezwe Siwani was the winner of the 2021 Standard Bank Young Artists Awards in the Visual Arts category. Solo exhibitions include: Dedisa ubumnyama, Cairns Art Gallery, Cairns (2021); ukuqhaqha, Camera Work, Palazzo Rasponi, Ravenna (2021); Inkanyamba, among others. Buhlebezwe Siwani works with performance, photography, sculpture and installation.

Buhlebezwe Siwani,OoNontombi, 2019,Painting. 65 x 51,5 cm. 2.000 €.



8. Pedro Calapez

He is one of the figures who, since the late seventies, has been deeply studying the pictorial concept, both in its technical and conceptual aspects. Closely linked to the practices of the support surface movement, his painting is based on colour and the constructive aspects of form. The use of large masses of pictorial matter with a neo-expressionist brushstroke, together with the fragmentation of the support, are the distinctive features of Calapez's work. He began exhibiting his work in the 1970s, holding his first solo exhibition in 1982. Since then, his work has been shown in numerous exhibition spaces in cities such as Lisbon, Porto, Zurich, Berlin, Madrid, Cologne, Seville, Santiago de Compostela, Vienna, Sao Paulo, Venice, among others. Calapez's work is represented in important private and public collections, among which the following stand out: Fundación Barrié de la Maza, La Coruña; Caixa General de Depósitos, Lisbon; Centro de Arte Caja Burgos (CAB), Burgos; Centro Gallego de Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago de Compostela; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MCNARS), Madrid; Museo Serralves, Porto Fundación Gulbenkian, Lisbon; among others.

Pedro Calapez, Jazz 01, 2010, Painting. 28,5 x 38,5 cm. 2.100 €.



9. Noé Sendas

He lives and works in Madrid and Berlin, where he founded, together with five other artists, the artist-run space Invaliden.1 Sendas' dual interest in the printed image and the moving image leads him to choose photography and video as critical media to construct and document a journey that also incorporates drawing, collage, sculpture and installation. By manipulating the image, Noé Sendas questions notions of identity and authorship, attributing other meanings to pre-existing works. By transforming collected and serialised images, Noé Sendas creates galleries of ambiguous portraits that can be read as reproductions of museum artworks, self-portraits of the artist or reflections of the viewer.

Noé Sendas, Crystal Girl N 99, 2018, Photography. 40 x 30 cm. 2.600€.



10. Nuno Sousa Vieira

He creates marvellous sculptures, composed of various factory materials, architectural elements and discarded furniture, are the result of a process that involves the translation of the working space into his final works.

Nuno Sousa Vieira,Rebatimentos, rotações e mudanças de lugar #1, 2019, Painting. 125 x 45 x 19 cm. 5.000 €



11. João Ferro Martins

He forms the basis of his artistic work through three-dimensional construction, production related to painting and relations with the universe of sound. He also develops actions including words, performance and video. His plastic work is based on processes where ideas, memories, symptoms and other immaterial aspects find their physical existence through the manipulation of objects of everyday culture and music. The artist's work is present in collections such as Pedro Cabrita Reis Collection, Lisbon, Portugal; Nasjonalmuseet Collection, Oslo, Norway; EDP Foundation Art Collection, Lisbon, Portugal.

João Ferro Martins, Suzuki ZKV, 2020, Sculpture. 185 x 52 x 52 cm. 7.500 €.