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The international event ‘Art&Moto’ will take place in Lisbon, offering a refreshing mix of vintage, café racers and custom-built motorbikes and visual arts and literature. The event’s main activities will be held over two days at LxFactory, Lisbon.

About Lisboa Art&Moto

The second edition of the international event Art & Moto will be held between 25th and 26th April. Being the only one of its kind in Portugal and having achieved such great success with the inaugural event last year it has naturally evolved in shape and size. Therefore, it is now intended to have a broader format, in a space capable of accommodating more and varied participants and visitors, with bigger and better disclosure, thus seeking to correspond to a natural expansion in size and quality.

The event aims to promote not just a comprehensive lifestyle, but to also link the call for adventure and outdoor action in the world of arts, design, urban trends and extreme sports. Below is a summary of the main objectives of the event:

Thanks to all the sponsors, participants, friends all over the world and, above all, to our visitors.

Produced by:

Café Racer 351   351 Works


Maria Riding Company
Ton-Up Garage
Brandon Parts/Jorge Brandão
it RoCkS! Bikes
Dream Wheels
Eighty Five
Capelos Garage


Ton-Up Garage
Maria Riding Company
Magic Quiver


Fuchs / Silkolene
Vans / Off the Wall
Old Rust / WM A.C.
Helmet Care
Alpina Bicicletas


Fuel Tv
Revista Motociclismo



Carlos Pinto
5 prints 60 X 90cm. Surf. Place: dedicated room.
André Carvalho
3 prints 170 X ? , Surf. Place: stage, scenery.
Marta Rodriguez
Slideshow. Documental. Place: Screen projection 16:9; 6,5 X 3, 25m.

Graphic Arts / Illustration:

Poster of the event. Several illustrations. Place: several.
Diogo Rebelo
Stickers "A Porca/The Nut". Several illustrations. Place: several.
Nuno Capêlo
Several illustrations. Bikes. Place: several.

Video Mapping:

Ricardo Guerra/Hellomovement para Piranha Bikes
Projection over a BMW K100. Place: stage.

Video Art:

Max Madsen
"Crossing the Lines", Shot in studio. Place: big screen.
Thomas Fledsen & Max Madsen
"Tunnel Vision", Shot Copenhagen subway. Place: big screen.
51 videos about motorcycles, builders, fine arts, surfing, skateboarding, photography, video art, lifestyle, events, clothing and equipment.


Diogo Machado/Add Fuel
Live painting. Place: Vans/off the Wall area.


LX Factory
Rua Rodrigues de Faria, 103
1300 Lisboa

It's in the year 1846 that a threads and fabrics Company called "Fiação e Tecidos Lisbonense", one of the most important manufacturing complex in Lisbon's history, sets in Alcântara. This 23.000 m2 industrial site was, subsequently, occupied by a set of industrial use related companies.

An urban fragment, kept hidden for years, is now returned to the city in the form of LXFactory. A creative island occupied by corporations and professionals of the industry serves also has stage for a diverse set of happenings related to fashion, publicity, communication, fine arts, architecture, music, etc., attracting numerous visitors to rediscover Alcântara through an engaged dynamics.

At LXF you can actually breath the industrial environment at every step. A factory of experiences were intervention, thought, production is made possible. Staging ideas and products in a place belonging to everyone, for everyone.

'13 Edition

2013 PosterThe international event "Art&Moto" took place in Lisbon, offering a refreshing mix of vintage, café racers and custom-built motorbikes and visual arts and literature. The event’s main activities were held over two days at LxFactory, Lisbon - April 27th-28th, 2013 -, after which the art exhibition remained open at the "Ler Devagar" bookstore.

Mustering up Portuguese and Spanish artists as well as a host of participants from other European countries, the event was more than a simple display of visual arts. With its further merging of literature and vintage and custom bikes, it stood out in showing how these exquisite bikes, of unique characteristics, are works of art in their own right.

The exhibition and events focused on lifestyles of urban subcultures where motorcycles, art, literature, music and fashion play a major role. Given the international popularity of such trends, participants could enjoy the opportunity for tourism and recreational activities.


Alberto Garcia Alix

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Tiago Santiago Silva

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