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OZMO recently made this dedicated piece of art work refering to the Morandi bridge fall tragedy. Titled: ‘Psyche Revived by Cupids Kiss’, this site specific work is dedicated to the victims>> read more
Located between Stockton and Jackson street (Chinatown, San Francisco), “Chinese Still Life” is the new mural (4.5 x8m) by Italian Street Artist Ozmo. Initially oriented to represent a classic subject of the western pictorial tradition: a still life with skull and elements taken from two Baroque paintings, while he was painting, inspired by the persuasive […]>> read more
OZMO chosed to paint the mighty Minerva’s statue, recently discovered in the external perimeter of the town of Breno while excavating the city sewer system, to ”restore” it and put it in the context that he thought congenial to her.>> read more
The mural, 28m long and 10m tall, shows, on a sort of stage, a big Minotaur menacing a crowd. In OZMO‘s latest work, the people can be seen as the honest and terrified community, or an indifferent, possibly silent accomplices of the oppressor.>> read more