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Johannes Mundinger Painting in Mexico City for “Wall Dialogue II”

Posted on February 23, 2017

Berlin based Street Artist and abstract impressionist Johannes Mundinger just spent a month in Mexico City as part of WALL DIALOGUE II painting in collaboration with Blo and talking with other artists and the community mainly about the new president in the US and how it is affecting things in Mexico.

Johannes Mundinger . Blo. Tulum, Mexico. 2017. (photo © Johannes Mundinger)

Starting WALL DIALOGUE in Berlin in 2015, this combination of artist residency and cultural exchange aims to “feature international urban artists and bring their various forms of expression into an international dialogue and to create a physical space of exchange,” Johannes tells us.

The project is funded by Goethe Institute and IFA and is interested in “discussing city development and promoting an exchange between the independent scene of Berlin and Mexico City,” says the ATEA statement.

Johannes Mundinger . Blo. Tulum, Mexico. 2017. (photo © Johannes Mundinger)

The location this time was in the popular neighborhood of La Merced and included eleven artists from Europe, México and Argentina. The artists painted solo, collaborated, and all together for a wall painting jam in the independent art space ATEA.

Here are the walls Mundinger created so BSA readers can get a taste of the scene. Also participating were Pao Delfin, Libre, Vlocke, Said Dokins and La Piztola from Mexico, the artist couple Billy and Mernywernz from UK, Alaniz from Argentina and Nelio from France.

Johannes Mundinger . Mexico City. 2017. (photo © Johannes Mundinger)

Johannes Mundinger . Mexico City. 2017. (photo © Leda Fenix)

Johannes Mundinger . Mexico City. 2017. (photo © Oscar Sandoval)

Johannes Mundinger . Mexico City. 2017. (photo © Johannes Mundinger)

 

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