Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. CURA 2020 – Daiara Tukano, Lídia Viber, Diego Mouro e Robinho Santana.
2. CURA 2020 / Jaider Esbell “Entidades”
3. CURA 2018 / HYURO
BSA Special Feature: CURA and their 5th Festival in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
A community powered consortium of public, private and corporate interests have been sponsoring the CURA festival in Belo Horizonte since 2017, producing some of the most massive murals you will see in festivals around the world. It is an interesting mix of local and international artists, many with social messages. Additionally they produce small workshops and panels, and sometimes large parties for attendees.
Today just a taste of the artists from CURA
CURA 2020 – Daiara Tukano, Lídia Viber, Diego Mouro e Robinho Santana.
CURA 2020 / Jaider Esbell “Entidades”
Are they kissing? This 17 meter installation features two serpentine creatures adorning the bridge here with “Entidades” CURA says that “Jaider Esbell is the first indigenous artist to present a sculpture in a public art festival”.
CURA 2018 / HYURO
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