Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening participants at Festival Asalto 2020:
1. Isaac Cordal
2. Elbi Elem
4. Lida Cao
5. Diego Vicente
7. Marta Lapena
9. Slim Safont
BSA Special Feature: Festival Asalto 2020
In Barrio San Jose (Zaragoza) the Festival Asalto mounted its 2020 edition in spite of, and perhaps because of, the very strange time that we are living in. Once considered an expression of the counterculture, illegal street art has evolved in some ways to spawn legal mural festivals that actually reinforce a sense of normalcy. The organizers and participants of Festival Asalto had to overcome logistical obstacles as well as the fears of many to mount the outdoor exhibition this year, and we salute them for their fortitude and successes.
Isaac Cordal at Festival Asalto 2020
Elbi Elem at Festival Asalto 2020
Akacorleone at Festival Asalto 2020
Lida Cao at Festival Asalto 2020
Diego Vicente at Festival Asalto 2020
Karto at Festival Asalto 2020
Marta Lapena at Festival Asalto 2020
Sawu at Festival Asalto 2020
Slim Safont at Festival Asalto 2020
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