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CIREDZ for abstractism 2015-05-10

CIREDZ for abstractism

Ciredz‘s work “Gipsy King” is the first wall painting for abstractism – space> place. Realized it was in Aranceto area, in the southern outskirts of Catanzaro, wich endures in a state of persistent decline and time after time have seen the isolation and prejudice of Its inhabitants.
Precisely In This microcosm, in the outskirts tougher, Ciredz’s intervention gets a big Simbolyc meaning peffectly That Get on With festival’s message and Becomes highly representative of festival’s AIMS.
Ciredz - Altrove Festival

Ciredz – Altrove Festival

Ciredz - Altrove Festival

Ciredz – Altrove Festival

Ciredz - Altrove Festival

Ciredz – Altrove Festival

Ciredz - Altrove Festival

Ciredz – Altrove Festival

Ciredz - Altrove Festival

Ciredz – Altrove Festival

Abstractism – space> place  ! ALT rove – Street Art Festival 2015.
It’s possible to wonder about the concept of urban area by Means of abstractism
From 30th April to 9th May in Catanzaro
Curator: Edoardo Suraci
Project manager: Vincenzo Costantino
In collaboration with:  Comune Catanzaro and LINVEA Vernici
Photo by Angelo Jaroszuk Bogasz

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