Sergio Hidalgo Parades is a contemporary artist from Barcelona known as Sixe art or Sixeart. He started to paint graffiti in the late 1980s. In the mid-90s he developed his multidisciplinary talents in the fields of sculpture and studio painting. In 2008, Sixeart, Blu, Faile, JR, Nunca, Os Gêmeos painted the Tate Modern in London for the exhibition Street Art. Sixeart belongs to the collective El Equipo Plástico with the artists Nuria Mora, Nano4814 and Eltono. Kati Krause wrote in the Wall Street Journal:'Sergio Hidalgo, alias Sixeart,... who was one of the artists featured in the Tate Modern exhibition, started scrawling his name on the walls of his native Badalona, a suburb of Barcelona, in the late '80s, when graffiti was still a novelty in Spain. Despite lacking a formal artistic training, he decided to add a paintbrush and canvas to his usual tools, to great effect: His surrealist, childlike style struck a chord with audiences and art collectors the world over. Today, he is being mentioned -- and exhibited -- together with the likes of Joan Miró and Antoni Tàpies. By Wikipedia
El Xupet Negre & Chanoir
23.06.2014
Xupet Negre. Born in BCN in 1989. He was already one of the first in the world bombing his own logo. One more step in the art history and a new style into the graffiti scene: a logo. People can understand and remember it better than a tag. By Elxupetnegre /// Chanoir. Cha aka Chanoir is a graffiti artist based in Barcelona, Spain. He was born in Bogotá and raised in Paris where he began his graffiti. He is best known for his eponymous cat character, Cha. 'Over time, his cats began to take on their own personalities and went on from the Parisian streets to become famous on the Barcelona graffiti scene.'. By Wikipedia
SAN began his career at the early nineties painting on walls and furniture in public spaces at Moraleja (Cáceres), where he was born and raised. After several years as an autodidact in 1997 he started to study art degree at the city of Caceres. In 2000 he moved to Madrid to begin his university studies in the Faculty of Fine Arts, which is compatible with his first exhibitions and interventions in many cities of Spain and Europe. Thereafter there is a shift down in his carreer and the drawing starts to be a tool of their language. Since its start his work has been highly figurative and which developed using exclusively public space as a support. His intention was to have his message to as many people as possible. Not socio-cultural discriminations. Their language consists of symbols and codes that give rise to a careful reading between the narrative of classical painting and moral discourses of contemporary art. All his works force us to fall into different interpretations and confusing, despite recounting daily events and anecdotes, based on more mundane topics. In recent years he has made hundreds of interventions in public spaces and exhibitions worldwide. His work has been published in numerous books and prestige artistic publications , emphasizing their monograph edited by "Belio" in 2006. Text by San
En aquel escenario de escombros dejados por la bombas, de sirenas y de alarmas antiaéreas, solo tenía una idea en la cabeza: quería pintar mujeres desnudas. Todo el día. (John Berger). By Muros Tabacalera
Jorge Rodríguez Gerada
21.06.2014
Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada is a Cuban American contemporary artist. He is a founder of the New York Culture Jamming movement and an innovator in the international urban art scene. Since the late 90´s he has been replacing the faces of cultural icons chosen by advertisers with the faces of anonymous people to question the controls imposed on public space, the role models designated and the type of events that are guarded by the collective memory. Rodríguez-Gerada´s unique direction was mentioned in Naomi Klein´s book No Logo and was a precursor of the use of anonymous portraits now common in street art. His spectacular interventions are created for the sake of bringing awareness to relevant social issues. His large scale time base works avoid negative impact on the environment, challenge the conformity in contemporary art and allow for a reflection that goes beyond the completion of the piece to focus in its concept, process, and the metaphor that comes forth because of the material chosen. By Jorge Rodríguez Gerada
Nados / Kram / Owen / E.Escolà & Sendys
01.05.2014
Nados. Founded in 2.005, it is a Barcelona based art direction and graphic design studio. Tois Estudio is a team made up of young people and fully based on new graphic lines and can offer a complete service for brands and products, both working for direct customers and advertising agencies. The experience allows us to design advertising campaigns and develop its different pieces, direct photo shootings or carry out graffiti projects and guerrilla marketing for any action. The result of our innovative and contemporary style is designs that move away from others and create the needed notoriety in order that our customers can achieve their aims and objectives. Work is part of our life, our environment and our day by day, like music, fashion and new technologies. With passion and illusion, we think that all together we can make our world funnier and more creative. For us, there's only one way to make the world much better. By Toisstudio /// Kram. Kram discovered graffiti in 1997, world that captivated him and kept him busy since then. Born and bred between the Sant Antoni and Raval neighborhoods and a survivor of the golden age of graffiti in Barcelona (2000-2005, Kram remains painting walls, canvases and commissioned works, combining them with his illustrator facet. by pobledubsec. http://www.pobledubsec.net ///
Uriginal & BToy
03.04.2014
Uriginal. Sometimes I paint. Sometimes I eat. By Uriginal /// BToy. Born and based in Barcelona, BToy has been creating her distinctive stencil-based art since the early 2000's, first in collaboration with artist Ilya Mayer and now on her own. Her posters, murals, prints and canvases –many featuring female pop culture icons can be found in the streets and galleries of Spain, all over Europe, and in Latin America and Indonesia. By Artsmania. artsmania.wordpress.com
This is a reproduction of the artwork that Keith Haring executed in 1989 in Plaza Salvador Seguí. The City Council and MACBA have made this reproduction in 2014 as part of Raval Cultural.
Spanish artist Iker Muro is color and forcefulness. A kick of vitality and pure nerve. His work, far from limiting itself to a few square inches on a paper, jumps out and plays on streets all over the world at any dimension you could ever imagine. Murocracia is not only his website but also a statement of principles (indeed “Murocracia” is a Spanish play of words of “muro” which literally means “wall” and “democracy”). Illustrator, wall artist and graphic designer with more than 10 years of experience on advertising industry, awarded with a LAUS within the top talents of Spanish Graphic Design in 2010, he defines his work as an acid blend of pop art, graffiti, graphic design and typography. By http://www.clickforart.com/
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