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Afterthought

Solo Show by Sick Faces

"Afterthought" by Sick Faces is a solo exhibit that serves as a fusion of 1960s cultural elements, surf influences, and the surrounding natural landscapes. Guided by sun and ocean, Sick Faces' work blends precision with introspection. Geometric shapes and fluid lines merge in a vibrant palette, seamlessly mixing tradition with contemporary aesthetics. "Afterthought" represents the artist's embrace of spontaneity in the creative process, and each piece evokes a range of emotions. Here, past and present converge, offering a unique perspective on the relationship between music and art. With psicodelia motifs and geometric precision, the artist shares a world of melancholy and nostalgia, reflecting a classic Portuguese view.⁠

Sick Faces - Untitled 8

€350,00

Sick Faces - Untitled 7

€350,00

Sick Faces - Untitled 6

€350,00

Sick Faces - Untitled 5

€1.000,00

Sick Faces - Untitled 4

€850,00

Sick Faces - Plays of Consciousness

€1.000,00

Sick Faces - Three ladies enjoying the sea breeze

€1.000,00

Sick Faces - Dream Lover

€850,00

ART GALLERY

Every month Circus Network changes the exhibtion at the gallery, always featuring talented street artists.
These are the most recent exhbitions.
PAST EXHIBITION
"Medicine Show" by Pedro Podre

Pedro Podre (1988) is an illustrator and visual artist based in Porto. His figurative painting explore narratives about childhood, escapism, identity and the anxieties of the 21st century. His characters create a parallelism between the daily-life addictions and this burlesque shows from the past.

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PAST EXHIBITION
"Arcadia" by DXTR

"Arcadia" is a solo show by DXTR, about Arcade Games and oldschool gaming nostalgia. You can expect to see your favorite 80's and 90's game characters in his distinct style. It opened on October 31st and will be on display until December 4th.

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PAST EXHIBITION
"Overlay" Collective Show

The concept of "OVERLAY" exhibition is based on the idea of overlapping layers in order to create a modular piece that can differ according to the viewers intention when assembling it, having the freedom to re-arranging each composition to their liking.

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