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Puerto Street Art

Aec Interesni Kazki, Isaac Cordal and Julio Nieto

Origin: Various countries

Puerto Street Art It is the initiative that has turned the city of Puerto de la Cruz into an open stage that allows the population of the municipality and visitors to enjoy the expanded culture through this multidisciplinary open-air museum. Facades, pavements, walls and urban furniture are intervened by numerous artists who create drawings and murals that are integrated into the environment, improve urban aesthetics and allow you to enjoy an immersive cultural experience.

Pets: Yes
Free access

Puerto Street Art

Origin: Various countries
Professional Company

Puerto Street Art It is the initiative that has turned the city of Puerto de la Cruz into an open stage that allows the population of the municipality and visitors to enjoy the expanded culture through this multidisciplinary open-air museum. Facades, pavements, walls and urban furniture are intervened by numerous artists who create drawings and murals that are integrated into the environment, improve urban aesthetics and allow you to enjoy an immersive cultural experience.

Pets: Yes
Free access

During Mueca 2022 you can enjoy the following works and artists

Puerto Street Art

Aec Interesni Kazki

Ukraine

Aleksei Bordusov, alias Aec Interesni Kazki, is a Ukrainian artist known for his surrealist works. His murals are inspired by science, religion, mythology, cosmology, myths, and times past. Aec's pieces are populated with colorful imaginary creatures in movement and allegories. His works can be found on walls across Europe, as well as further afield, in Australia, the US, Puerto Rico, India, Brazil and many more.

Puerto Street Art

isaac chordal

Cement Eclipses

Galicia

Isaac Cordal works with sculpture, installations and photography in public and exhibition space. He brings to Mueca his nomadic project Cement Eclipses, which consists of ephemeral and permanent urban interventions built with small figurative sculptures with which he reflects on modern society. To date, he has carried out interventions in cities such as Berlin, London, Bogotá, Brussels, Zagreb, Vienna, Taipei, Milan, New York, Amsterdam, Nantes, San José, Hanoi...

Puerto Street Art

Julius Grandson

We are all the same

Basque Country / Canary Islands

Julio Nieto presents an installation of five faces made of concrete, located on the exterior walls of Puerto de la Cruz. Various vegetation grows from its interior, acting as hair. The living sculptures represent the inhabitants of the five continents and symbolize the growth of ties between them, with the aim of promoting cultural diversity and integration of the different cultures in the municipality and in the world. Find them, find yourself.

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