BLOOP Festival's OpenAir.Gallery -by PELUCAS
Nombre del muroNO FEAR/ SIN MIEDO
UbicaciónCarrer l'Estrella 7 PM ES
Fecha inicio / Fecha final01.08.2016 / 01.08.2016
BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival presenta: Pelucas
Ediciòn 2016 temàtica del festival: SIN MIEDO
BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival Ibiza presents: Pelucas
2016 Edition Festival Theme: NO FEAR
The OperAir.Gallery is a long-term project to convert a city into a real gallery under the blues skies of Ibiza. It is currently one of the oldest activities in the programme. It came to life as an urban requalification program for a city to change its urban landscapes.
The project started off with a sole mural back in 2011 and gradually, but surely, more and more artists have been leaving their marks. Encouraging anybody who comes into the working radius of the mural "to think" and have their own take on a BLOOPs social themes, on which all pieces are based on.
The collection has been adding contributions from artists from around the world such as the likes of Interesni Kazki, Phlegm, Okuda, Inti, Ino, David de la Mano & Pablo S Herrero, B-Toy, Bisser, Cuellimangui, Spaik, Malarky, Sabotaje al Montaje, Skount, Fikos, Gaucholadri and over 20 artists.
The murals can be seen all year round without any admission fees as "ART IS FOR EVERYBODY".
Find them all!
An artist from Spain. He represents each passage of the individual and its suffocating evolution across tropical and fauvist aesthetics. He breaks all artistic genres (sculpture, architecture, murals, deformation...) and has managed to create an autochtonous genre full of vibrant contrasts, parallel to transvestism. Therefore this genre is the improvisation, the launching of lines, the work in progress and the automatic explosion of cloistered ideas of ideality and collective subconscious. Also an individual that defines this new work of art as this strong, expert and combatting Galician arists hidden behind the current name "Bubbles Brughels".
He participated in BLOOP Festival 2016 the NO FEAR edition.
Image courtesy of BLOOP Festival