Tag: Spain

“HOGAR” by BOAMISTURA in Getafe, Spain – StreetArtNews

The artistic collective Boa Mistura inaugurates two murals in the new Livensa Living student residence located on the Carlos III University Campus in Getafe. On the more than 107 square meters of interior and exterior walls, the people of Madrid have left their unique artistic mark, starting with colorful and harmonious typefaces to condense messages that embrace and communicates with the viewer.HOGAR y UNIÓN ...

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New installation by Felipe Pantone at Hï Ibiza, Spain – StreetArtNews

Art and music collide in Ibiza as The Night League, the team behind world-famous clubs Hï Ibiza and Ushuaïa Ibiza, unveil a striking new art installation by Argentinian-Spanish visual artist Felipe Pantone. The highly acclaimed artist has transformed the Hï Ibiza facade into a kaleidoscope of colour, ready to welcome the many thousands of clubbers who will descend on the Spanish island this summer.Felipe ...

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Madrid show explores graphic art’s role as tool of resistance in Latin America | Spain

Forty-three kites bearing 43 black-and-white faces hang from the ceiling of the Reina Sofía, each one a mute appeal for answers, remembrance and justice.Close by, T-shirts and posters clamour for equality, a forest of placards commemorates the detained, disappeared and dead of Uruguay’s military dictatorship, and an icon of the struggle for Peruvian independence undergoes a queer, pop art makeover.The latest exhibition at the ...

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Workers in Spain Discover Ancient Phoenician Necropolis – ARTnews.com

A group of workers in Andalusia, an autonomous region in Spain, happened upon a surprising discovery while they were performing upkeep on water supplies: an ancient necropolis that could date back as far as the 5th century BCE. The Guardian reports that the necropolis may have once been used by the Phoenicians, who spread their roots across the eastern portion of the Mediterranean. The ...

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Julian Schnabel Survey in Spain Postponed by Truckers’ Strike – ARTnews.com

With a truckers’ strike in Spain causing ongoing transportation issues, a Julian Schnabel show in Málaga has been postponed. Schnabel’s 23-painting show at the Centro de Arte Comporaneo was expected to open on Friday, but it will no longer kick off as planned, since it became impossible for the museum to obtain all the works on time. Titled “Schnabel and Spain: Anything Can Be ...

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Spain Buys Cheesemaker’s 120,000 Piece Collection of Avant-Garde Art – ARTnews.com

The Spanish Ministry of Culture confirmed today that it would purchase the impressive archive of avant-garde art collected by prominent Spanish businessman José María Lafuente, reported El País. “It is a private file with a public vocation,” Lafuente told El País. “And the time has come for the transfer to the hands of the State. This is the moment.” Known as the Lafunete Archive, ...

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“Chromatic Breakup” by Angel Toren in Murcia, Spain – StreetArtNews

His training in graphic design and his interest in typography has led to the development of a work that moves between pictorial abstraction andcertain resources / errors of digital work.Repetitions, optical games, frames, geometry, chromatic palettes, perspectives and three dimensions that, in the street, appear as large adjustment letters that capture theattention of the viewer. Organic, graphic and metallic real screen protectors.Scroll down below to ...

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“La Guerra Comienza Aqui” by Escif in Valencia, Spain – StreetArtNews

Street artist Escif created a new intervention in collaboration with the Center Delàs d’Estudis per la Pau. The mural ““La Guerra Comienza Aqui” which translates to “The War Starts Here” focuses on the economic component behind all wars: the military industry has much to gain in a climate of conflict and armed violence, and also has the support of governments and financial entities. The former allocate ...

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“The Message” by Pablo S. Herrero and David de la Mano in Valencia, Spain – StreetArtNews

Spanish artists Pablo S. Herrero and David de la Mano have collaborated on a new mural in Torrent, Valencia, Spain. The projects is a continuation of their previous mural “The Calm”.“A sailing species brings news from the distance to land and songs of encouragement. It brings omens and the wishes of those left behind. It carries seeds that will take care of the air. ...

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“Everything is Relative” by PEJAC in Madrid, Spain – StreetArtNews

If ever there were an artist capable of switching seamlessly between indoor and outdoor practice, Pejac would instantly spring to mind. Following his much-acclaimed fourth solo show in Berlin at the end of 2021, he kicked off 2022 working on the streets of Madrid. When working in the urban space, one of the elements that most distinguishes Pejac is his ability to find poetry where ...

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