Opiemme’s new wall, is a big one. And its made for an occupied place in Genova (N-west italy). The place is called LSOA BURIDDA and a clearing out by the police and University (the property of the building) could be soon the outcome.
By the 1st of June the clearing out is executive, but the place wants to stand.
This building is a rationalist architecture from 1937 (another photo), as the facade is a complex structure.
Opiemme painted in 5 days the 270 mq with the collaboration of Buridda’s people and just one day of a skylift.
On this work he has tried to paint with a different attitude, and the result is not of a classical urban painting, but a site-specific project according to the style of the building, that reminds him the way some buildings are decorated in north Europe, Poland and Prague.
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