Antonio Cachola Showcases Amazing Works of Art in 'Museum in Ruins'

By: Peter Vallas - Published: • References: stick2target & interiorzine
António Cachola is a man who appreciates good art. The Portuguese art collector, who grew up studying finance, never pursued crafting his own art but always kept collecting artwork as a hobby. Being a successful entrepreneur, he was able to acquire a vast amount of wealth to support his expensive hobby

In 2007, António Cachola opened up his own art collection to be showcased to all. The Museum of Contemporary Arts of Elvas features over 30 collections coming from Portuguese artists from the 1980s and onwards.

His most recent exhibit 'Museum in Ruins' features amazing modern artwork from artists Alexandre Farto and ±MaisMenos. Alexandre Farto, famous for his wall carvings, tears apart a wall in The Museum of Contemporary Arts of Elvas in beautiful ways. António Cachola is definitely a lucky man to be able to have this amazing personal collection. Stats for Destroyed Art Exhibits Trending: Older & Mild
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