Vhils – Dictador Art Masters
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Vhils

Vhils (b. 1987) is the tag name of Portuguese street artist Alexandre Manuel Dias Farto. Vhils lives and works in London – where he studied at the Byam Shaw School of Art – and Lisbon and first gained prominence when one of his pieces appeared alongside a work by Banksy at the Cans Festival in London in 2008. A photograph of him creating the work appeared on the front page of The Times and he was later given space to show his work by Banksy’s agent, Steve Lazarides.

Date

May 21, 2018