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In March, the monumental murals of the'One Urban World', one of the hallmarks of Mucho Más Mayo (15/05/2019)

The great murals of the 'One Urban World' start.

This activity focuses on the most monumental artistic side of the Mucho Más Mayo festival.

Currently considered the most important form of urban and contemporary expression, for that reason, every year a curated selection of artists working in a national and international environment to intervene in different locations in the city is made.

In the list of urban artists of the monumental muralism of this year stand out the Uruguayans of the Liquefied Collective, the Madrilenian Sfhir or the Valencian Toni Espinar, in a program curated by Kraser.

The works will take place between May 16 and 21:

Premiere OUW 2019: Presentation of the OUW.

Day of continuous painting in the Museum of Modern Art of Cartagena (MURAM), with the collaboration of Murcia Street Art Project.

'Love is obtuse', by Toni Espinar (Alzira).

Toni Espinar began to paint on the street in the year 88 making murals claiming Punk.

He studied Fine Arts in Valencia, although at the same time he taught drawing and painting classes by family tradition, since he is a third generation artist.

Artist with a long experience, curator of events, restorer and tireless researcher in new mixed media on wall with an acid, sarcastic and underground style influenced by traditional comic.

Wall painting of the Licuado Collective (Uruguay), in Jacinto Benavente street, in the Ramón Alonso Luzzy Cultural Center.

Licuado Collective was formed in 2010 by Camilo Núñez and Florencia Durán.

They try to interact with their environment and tell stories by developing symbolic portraits of the environment.

Inspired by themes such as mythology or classical art, but above all his work focuses on women or on the differences between types of culture and their own traditions: ethnic groups, collectives ... Although their creative activity has been developing since a few years, their Large productions can be seen in half the world.

Wall painting of Sfhir (Madrid), in the street of the Rose, in the District of the Conception.

In 1995, he began to express his concerns for art, thus beginning a long artistic pilgrimage of more than a decade that has progressively evolved towards an increasingly refined and meticulous technique.

Versatile artist, he experiments with three-dimensionality, playing with the compositions of his works and the locations where he develops them.

This continuous evolution has turned it into one of the current references of the national and international scene.

It is distinguished by providing a common element to all his works: disturbing realities.

In the execution of this work and the hand of the European Environment Association, will show us his vision on the problem of marine litter, as in other works dissecting reality and plasmándola in a graphic, overwhelming, through the acid filter that It characterizes you.

Almo mural painting.

Alicia Zomeño Baeza, Mario Oltra Gea (Alicante), in the Neighborhood Association of the District of La Concepción.

'Complexities, we are all one' is a series of faces where masculine, feminine, young, old or different race figures have been mixed, creating in this way a set of hybrids, without defined gender, age or nationality, resulting masses complex to typecast.

At present there is no structure par excellence, everything is more open and inclusive.

Each person in his essence is a complex and undefined entity.

Painting mural of Karim Hamgeo (Cartagena), in different places of the city.

Hamgeo is a conceptual and minimalist urban artist.

Cartagenero artist who since 1999 develops his work in different local, national and international cities.

His work is basically developed in the eclectic composition of color and urban typography with clear differentiation between these parts, which works meticulously with visually attractive results.

Influenced by local graffiti and geometric abstraction, his compositions are unique in their genre.

Mural painting of the Mario Company (Cartagena), which coordinates the ACCEM, on Friday, May 17, at 9 o'clock, at CEIP Stella Maris.

Artistic work and day of artistic coexistence in the pine forest in front of the school where artists of the Company will participate, and people from the neighborhood who want to share music and poetry.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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