Bordalo II staged “Walk of Shame,” printed with €500 banknotes, to call out the multimillion-dollar price tag of hosting Pope Francis.
The coastal country is known for its tins of fish, which are exquisitely illustrated with intricate engravings, vibrant hues, and bold fonts.
LISBON — Even as she was the subject of the exhibition The Sacred and the Profane in 1997 at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, I had never heard of the Counter-Reformation Baroque (and Bodegón) painter Josefa de Óbidos (1630–1684), before a trip to Lisbon.
Artist Pantonio has transformed the scene of a car crash in Lisbon into a Pop Art-style explosion reminiscent of Roy Lichtenstein. The street “tribute” seems appropriate considering Lichtenstein freely transformed the imagery he found in comic books into fine art.