A retrospective view of 20 years of artistic production by Rigo that includes painting, drawing, installation, public art, and varied documentation that provided an approximation to the work of the artist. In order to present some of the most significant murals works by Rigo, videos were presented at the Gallery that documented the paintings integrated into the public space alongside reproductions of some works on the walls of the Gallery.
Different public interventions were also produced: the “Museu do Triciclo” presented at Praça do Comércio between 25 September and 19 November 2006, an itinerant container with images and international tricycles modified in homage to the velocipede transformed into a work utility; a Portuguese sidewalk with a RIGO design, surrounding the Galeria Zé dos Bois building and a “Europa-Latina” mural designed and produced for the purpose of the exhibition, located at Av. 24 de Julho near the house of Europa-Latina. Still, in the context of the exhibition, an event was held at Grémio Lisbonense, the “Museu Taté Wikikuwa”, in which Bobby Castillo, representative of the European Commission of the Defense Committee of Leonard Peltier, presented some paintings by this artist and Amerindian writer.