Only with a pen and time, Vasco Mourão draws urban landscapes
& other architectural meanderings.

Working on the perception, texture and memory of the contemporary city.

Group Exhibition

No Man’s Land

11 October – 26 November 2022

This exhibition, which brings together seven young French and European artists, seeks to put our relationship with urban space into perspective. Sometimes poetic and playful, such as the unusual combinations of Victor Cord’homme, the digital collages of Raphaël Guez or the fragmentary installations of Jeanne Varaldi and Vasco Mourão, sometimes intimate and disturbing, with Amélie Bernard’s epidermal walls, Vincent Marcq’s visions of dehumanized habitats or Prosper Legault’s signs and remains, these different appropriations of urban space enrich our imaginations, allowing us to rethink the city and inhabit it differently.

Gallery Porte B

52 rue Albert Thomas
Paris, France

Vernissage – 8 October 16h

Limited Edition Series

Tokyo Follie


A drawing based on the neon signs, buildings, storefronts and typography from the streets of my beloved (and sorely missed) Tokyo. Drawn mostly from the neighbourhoods of Shinjuku, Kabuki-chō, Shibuya, Shimokitazawa, Ikebukuro & Ginza.

Screen print on Keaykolour Snow White 300 g/m2 paper 

Produced with Underdogs Gallery in Lisbon.

Edition of /35 + 5 AP
70 × 50 cm

Recent Work



A site-specific artwork to live inside a beautifully restored 19th-century building that stands on the border between the cosmopolitanism of Avenida da Liberdade and the authenticity of a traditional Lisbon bairro.