Victor Lages

Portugal

Victor Lages

Victor Lages was born in Lisbon in 1952. Educated at the School Antonio Arroyo, he started exhibiting in 1981. He co-founded the Group Artitude and Arcoartis, for which he held the presidency for eight years. His works include the Sacras paintings in the church of Linda-a-Velha, the largest twentieth century collection of sacred art in Portugal, further large murals in the church of Queijas and the chapel of the Carmel of Faro, the tiled wall and iron near the train station Sta Cruz / Damaia, wall tile at the intersection of Borel and the performance of 500 screens for Solplay Hotel.


 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2012 Consider This!, Space + in Aljezur

2011 Thoughts,  Centro Cultural de Campo Maior

2009 Art of Love, Fundación Casa del Tibet, Barcelona, Spain - Organized by the Art Gallery Niphus Madrid

2007 Christus, Foundation Marquis of Pombal Palace of Aciprestes - Linda- a-Velha Oeiras

Mystique Tower of Homage, Braga

2002 Today, Yesterday and Tomorrow, Contemporary Art Center of Amadora, Alfragide

2000 The Sacred Hidden Mind, LCR Gallery, Sintra

1992  Facts and Characters, AP Art Centre, Lisbon

1991  The Thinking of Thought, Space Gallery Irene Lisboa, Lisboa

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2013 International Surrealism Now Lisbon 2013, Gallery of the Central Agricultural Credit in Lisbon

2012 Inheritance Surrealists, Dorothy 's Gallery Center of American art, Paris, France

2010 International Surrealism Now, Bissaya House Museum and Convento Santa Ana Barretoc (Intervention Brigade), Coimbra

2008 Contemporary Painting Portuguese 100 Painters, First Gallery Gallery

2006 Contemporary artists, Gallery Zero, Barcelona Spain

2005 7th Anniversary of the Exhibition Gallery of the Directorate, General for Justice Administration, Gallery DGAJ, Lisbon

2004 Christmas, Bookstore, Municipal Gallery Verney, Oeiras

2003 Chromatic Inventory for beginning painters, Municipal Gallery Artur Bual, Amadora

2001 Meeting in August, Marquis of Pombal Foundation, Linda- a-Velha

1999 Portuguese Contemporary Art, Gallery Anagma, Valencia, Spain