“Personal reflection of human uncertainties” , Barcelona, 2014

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This mural is a tribute to the 1800 people who died senseless, just for the fact that flags do not let us see reality. This mural is a tribute for the future, for the future that some people are killing.

 

This composition is a reflection of the humans times. The flags create a division, separate us, we can not see, something so simple, just as we are all the same… human beings. We don’t have to forget that the freedom is the most precious thing, and It’s around us. After we realized that, we can start our own revolution ;)

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Special thanks to Zozen & Mina for make this project possible and for the invitation!.

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Del 26 al 28 de Septiembre de 2014 se celebrará el 3º Festival de Murales en La Escocesa, Barcelona.

El último fin de semana de septiembre, La Escocesa, Centre de Creació vuelve a celebrar la tercera edición del Festival de Muralismo invitando a artistas provenientes del graffiti, el muralismo y la ilustración provenientes de diferentes partes del mundo.

 

“Personal interpretation of the death of idealism”, Graz, Austria.

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Special thanks to Axel Void for made the beatiful lettering

Livin Streets Festival

★EVER// Argentina ☛ http://eversiempre.com/ ☛ LOCATION: Taggerwerk DATE: 03.07.–13.07. STYLE: mural with mainly brush IMAGE SIZE: aprox. 300m² ACTIVITY: not active Taggertower We are looking forward to meet the argentinian painter EVER who will come to graz to paint another impressive wall at taggerwerk. his colourfull images can be found in several countries all over the world, mostly with a psychedelic touch. Next to this ever´s work has a strong connection to human desires so some of his work even may have a provocating message inside, some an almost epic feeling and communication going on. His art has a style going into classical aproach and is made most with brushes and paint rollers

“Description de l’utopie anarchiste”, Besançon, France.

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BIEN URBAIN #4 

Artistic routes through (and with) public spaces

Besançon, from 7th June, to 5th July 2014
11 rue Battant, “Chez Urbain”

 

For this fourth edition, about fifteen artists invest Besançon on an axis connecting the city center to the University campus. They create during a month, for (and with) the street, the people, the facades, the architecture, the sounds… Wall painting, installations, sound or interactive creations appear thanks to these artists motivated by the relationship between art and public space.

 

It is not about creating an open-air art gallery neither about decorating the town. Bien Urbain offers breathing times in our daily life, through visuals and sounds.

“Villa Ocupada” exhibition, Neo Muralism of Latin America, Nantes, France.

La llegada

“The Arrival”, part of the instalation at Villa Ocupada, exhibition (2014)

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View of the room at Villa Ocupada, exhibition (2014). Picture by David Gallard

El logo y la historia

“The logo and the history”, part of the instalation at Villa Ocupada, exhibition (2014)

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“The contradiction and the social pyramide”, part of the instalation at Villa Ocupada, exhibition (2014)

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View of the room at Villa Ocupada, exhibition (2014). Picture by David Gallard

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View of the room at Villa Ocupada, exhibition (2014). Picture by David Gallard

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View of the room at Villa Ocupada, exhibition (2014). Picture by David Gallard

NÉO-MURALISME : DE L’AMÉRIQUE LATINE À L’EUROPE

Avec la Bourse du Travail et les Salons Mauduit, l’édifice de la Mutualité fait partie d’un ensemble de bâtiments emblématiques de l’histoire sociale de la Ville.

A l’invitation de l’association nantaise Pick Up Production et de l’artiste nantais Kazy Usclef, une vingtaine d’artistes d’Amérique du Sud, d’Espagne et de France ont investi le bâtiment durant tout le mois de juin. Peintres, illustrateurs, plasticiens, ils ont en commun, chacun à leur manière, une culture artistique fortement influencée par le muralisme, ce mouvement pictural né au Mexique au début du 20e siècle dans le prolongement de la révolution.

Les artistes donnent à voir l’héritage d’un mouvement qui, en croisant les techniques et matériaux (feutre, aérosol, bois, ciment) s’est aussi inventé de nouveaux horizons. Du muralisme, ils ont gardé la vision d’un art populaire, facilement compréhensible et des thèmes récurrents, comme la redécouverte des racines culturelles.

L’exposition présentée ici est le fruit d’un mois de résidence artistique, intense en échanges, rencontres et collaborations. Elle offre aussi à ce bâtiment une dernière vie. L’édifice sera détruit début 2015 pour laisser place à un important projet immobilier qui remodèlera complètement le visage du quartier.

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