Luigi Loquarto was in Athens and just finished his mural for Athens Street Art Festival, curated by Andreas C Tsourapas and a group of committed individuals who are guided by a passionate belief in the power of art.
About The Mural
Entitled “Accumulo” the painted wall follows the characteristic features of the artistic research of Loquarto, aimed to defining nature through geometry, where black and white interact to define new balances; an “organic geometry” that orders the surrounding spatiality. In his research, the stones – “the stone of Trani”, birthplace of the artist, those of dry stone walls and those of the sea – are accumulated to compose new surfaces in which full and empty, contingent elements by definition, underline that delicate balance that is at the basis of nature itself.
About The Artist
Luigi Loquarto (1982) is an italian visual artist living and working in Trani, Italy. He has taken part in various urban art projects in Italy, and spontaneously pursues his research in the city as well as in abandoned buildings.
About The Project
Athens Street Art Festival is a Non Profit, Non Subsidized, Non Governmental and All Volunteer Street + Urban Art Festival established and based in Athens, Greece attempting to promote Social Conscience and Action through Art. The Festival invites a series of exceptional artists and innovative thinkers committed to fostering awareness and education for social change. Through this collaborative effort, the group provoke new perceptions, broaden awareness and education and find creative solutions.
Since its establishment almost 10 years ago the Athens Street Art Festival lead and curated by Andreas C Tsourapas hosted more than 170 artists, and painted in 8 different Municipalities of Athens more than 32,000 m2 of Murals….becoming one of the biggest festivals worldwide.
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