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Skount Peels Off “Time Layers” in Spain

“Dude how was the weekend?” “Rad, dude! I partied my face off!” Skount. Almagro, Spain. November 2016. (photo © Skount) Skount is probably depicting something slightly more esoteric than that Bro-based expression for drinking large quantities of beer and having awkward conversations with women at a party. We’ve all been there, don’t judge. Skount. Almagro, […]

Exposing Politics and Scholarship at “Open Walls Conference 2016″ Barcelona

Screenings, workshops, and talks – and murals of course. Sixe Paredes. Open Walls Conference 2016. Barcelona, Spain. (photo © Fernando Alcalá) These are the markings of at least some of the increasingly serious Street Art / Urban Art festivals that have emerged in the last few years thanks to calls for genuine scholarship and the […]

Asalto 2016 In Zaragoza

For the 11th annual Asalto Festival in northern Spain’s Zaragoza the public art portion of cultural celebration is anything but assaulting in its content and style. In fact, the works can be compelling, and agreeable. Borondo. Asalto 2016. Zaragoza, Spain. (photo © Lluis Olive Bulbena) The juried selection from a large number of applicants is […]

Hyuro’s BreastFeeding Mural is Not Provocative in Barcelona

The Spanish Street Artist Hyuro again features the uncovered breast of a female form in her public mural. The news here in Barcelona is that it is not news. Hyuro. BCN Transit Walls Festival. Barcelona, Spain. September 2016. (photo © Lluis Olive Bulbena) Four years ago at a mural festival in Atlanta, Georgia the Argentinian […]

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