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International Art Project HEARTS FOR CUBA (12/12/2008)

On Friday December 5 presented the International Art Project "Hearts Of Cuba" in the Laboratory LAB Murcia Youth Art, by the director / coordinator of the project, Angel D. totanero

Cayuela Portela (Kurro) and member of the newly Colectivo Cultural, Social and Sports Ministers Air.

The main idea of this International Art Project "Hearts For Cuba" is painted with acrylic paint and spray, jointly and collectively, giant hearts thematic references within, by a route different points of the Cuban geography.

Its essence is to capture the "hearts" the idea that graffiti is an international art form that brings people together, giving their love / heart to citizens of the world through free public museum.

All without any profit motive.

It was also attended by Fernando Figueroa Saavedra, PhD in art history and author of several books among which "Madrid Graffiti 1982-1995.

Madrid Graffiti History "(co-author with Felipe Gálvez) or his latest book or" Graphitfragen.

A thoughtful look on Graffiti 'and publishes articles in currently one of the Spanish portals on Hip Hop's most visited, which made a lecture / presentation titled "The symbolism of the heart in life and art" as introduction and inauguration of the project.

Moreover, as every good dose of theory was his practice.

Throughout the next day there was a graffiti exhibition in C / Mgr Tarancón in Totana, with Ginés furniture on a giant heart, approximately 10 feet by Asko, Core, Crisis, Daak, Diam, Flow , Kif, Kiz, Hota, Koala, Kongo, Nake, Nemo, Pacon, Peja, Rami, Rheza, stook and wind, as a starting point of the project, which is temporally and geographically vivo.

Source: Corazones Por Cuba / Fotos: Rubén Navarro

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