Brotherhood, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Photo by Carlos Sarraf Photo by Carlos Sarraf   The neighborhood of “La boca” is born in the margin of Riachuelo, Buenos Aires. This neighborhood has the highest percentage of poverty of the city, also “La Boca” is the neighborhood with the highest percentage of renters in the Capital Federal, due to these social conditions there are…

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“Chokokue”, Asunción, Paraguay.

  “Chokokue” means Farmer in Guarani. In Paraguay the peasantry is an important social actor for the country’s economy. During 1989-2013 they were executed and disappeared 115 leaders and members of peasant organizations. These attacks has the objective of acquire the land of the farmers this is a due to large corporate interests linked to models…

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“The mysterious thing”, San Francisco, California.

  “The mysterious thing”, Zio Ziegler x Eversiempre , Mill Valley, California (2016)   “Behold my brothers, the spring has come; the earth has received the embraces of the sun and we shall soon see the result of all that love! Every seed is awakened and so has all animal life. It is through this mysterious power that we…

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  “Logo II” is a public test applied during my stay in the city of Cordoba (Argentina) for the exhibition “Pioneros de un viaje a ningún lado” at the Contemporary Museum of Art of Cordoba (Caraffa).   It is a study that I have been conducting on the relationship between the “individual” and the “logo”.…

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Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans Festival in Cozumel, Mexico (2015)

2015 (PangeaSeed) – PangeaSeed, the international marine conservation organization, in collaboration with 1xRUN, Tony Delfino, and World Art Destinations, is pleased to announce the second annual summer series of its groundbreaking mural festival, Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans. The festival, which creatively beautifies the surrounding area, while bringing education, connection, and inspiration to the community,…

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