This summer we chose Lagos for our holiday destination. We were looking for beautiful, quiet beaches, nice hot stretches in the sun, cool places for drinks before dinner, and, yes, a little bit of buzz. No more expectations. The truth is we had much more than that: we ended up being struck by what we found on the city walls.
As you start to wander the alleys you literally bump into pieces from international artists such as ROA, BEZT, SAINER, ARYZ, SEPE, ONUR or BORONDO, to mention some, in addition to works from well known Portuguese ones as MÁRIO BELÉM, MAISMENOS, ADDFUEL, amongst others. It wouldn’t be as dazzling if we were in Berlin or Buenos Aires; the thing is it takes place in Lagos, a tiny spot on the Portuguese map, a small picturesque village. How the hell is this happening here?