(photo, video) They turned the streets of a ghetto into an art gallery.

(photo, video) They turned the streets of a ghetto into an art gallery.
(photo, video) They turned the streets of a ghetto into an art gallery.

This year's International Meeting of Styles in Germany gathered over 70 graffiti artists from all over the world. In Wiesbaden, the city where the festival took place June 14-17, went to the well-known Moldovan artist Izzy Izvne. Izzy worked in a team with an artist from Brazil (@hech_uno) and two artists in Mexico (@leandroraios and @miguelmolina. Article). Experiences, Izzy says, were exceptional, and afterwards, a huge graffiti appeared on a wall of 50 square meters. The festival takes three days.

During this time there is an exchange of knowledge and a Even though this festival takes place in more different periods in several countries, I chose to go to Germany because it was the basis for it, namely Wiesbaden was to be the most interesting. I drew in my 3D calligraphy style, and the work took me three days, just as long as the At the festival in Wiesbaden, the organizers offered artists a space of 4000 square meters. Artists worked on permission from local authorities. The first edition of Since then, the ghetto at the outskirts has begun to become an art gallery. .

Source : diez.md

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