Hyuro in Galicia, Spain

Hyuro in Galicia, Spain

June 20, 2016
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Hyuro in Galicia, Spain

Hyuro in Galicia, Spain

“Morriña” Paço Cultura, Carballo, Galicia, Spain 2016 for Rexenera Fest.

The Argentinian born, Spanish Artist Hyuro, who is known for blending politics with a surreal sensibility in her uncanny black-and-white works, just finished another brilliant mural entitled “Morriña”

Morriña is a word of the Galician language that describes a feeling of nostalgia that is linked to an anthropological point of view which brings us closer to the culture as a provider of all, that is not a product of nature. In this case the blanket metaphorically represents culture, and all those traditions and customs that are lost with the evolution of modern times.

Morriña by Hyuro in Galicia (5) Morriña by Hyuro in Galicia (4) Morriña by Hyuro in Galicia (2) Morriña by Hyuro in Galicia (3)

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Sami Wakim

Sami is the founder and editor of Street Art United States, an online community that supports street artists. Sami has organized several legal street art murals in the Boston area and has hosted local and international artists who have contributed to the flourishing street art community in the city.

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