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Alberonero & Hyuro at IDolove festival 2018-11-23

Alberonero & Hyuro at IDolove festival

Urban art project named IDOLOVE festival 2018 (Dolo, 22-23 September 2018), curated by Shapes Art Cultural Association, aims at providing people with a type of art that can improve their life and help them understand and change the reality they live in.

Alberonero, a young artist from milan, and hyuro, an argentinian artist, have been this year’s special guests. the results are amazing. getting closer to the wall painted by albernero, you will be unexpectedly overwhelmed by vivid colors. to 147-color magical lantern will completely change your perception of the building.

Invisibile” homage to Cité Radieuse-Le Corbusier in Dolo

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Furthermore, this is the work of Hyuro. A mural about women and daily life, just like a picture fixes a precise moment in time, Hyuro represents in his piece of art the inside of an old kitchen.

Toys, everyday objects and food are randomly abandoned on a wooden table. The colors are dappled and the effect is delicate.


Written by @al_consoli

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