Bordalo II, a Portugese artist known for his imaginative instalations as well as other urban sorts of urban interventions has just completed his latest inspiring instalation. This time the work “Guaxinão” or Big Raccoon is in an abandoned part of the modern art museum – Centro Cultural de Belém.
Born in Lisbon in 1987, Artur Bordalo aka Bordalo II grew up watching his grandfather, Real Bordalo, painting the city of Lisbon. Bordalo II presents us a figurative painting full of vivacity and movement, where he paints his own interpretation of urban landscapes and city entertainment.
Check out more of his works here,
or on his facebook page.
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