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12 Mexican Street Artists
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It was a real honor to be interviewed by Brooklyn Street Art, one of the most respected street arts forums world wide, and mostly to read such a nice opitions about the show beening "an important inclusion in the story telling as the global street art explosion is re-defining how we look at public aesthetic discourse and public art making. A clear break has been made from the heralded lineage of Mexican muralism and this small show may be the first concentrated collection that demonstrates how far the new kids are wandering." 12 Mexican Street Artist is a collective show curated by Luis Accorsi, Christophe von Hohenberg and Edgar A. Reyes.


[…] "You may think that this (UNDO) is a rebel who is eager to vandalize, but his social conscience tells him just the opposite when it comes to illegal walls. “It is attractive to think about it, you know, because of the rush of the adrenaline but the idea of tagging – I like that others do that but I don’t feel comfortable to trespass on other people’s walls,” he explains. Right now he’s trying to lighten his themes with a little hope, so he has cut and sprayed a stencilled dove." […]

Text by Steven P. Harrington Photographs by Jaime Rojo. Read full article here

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