Street View brings together the work of three South American Street Artists - Eduardo Bertone, Hermes Berrío, and Toxicómano. The exhibit title offers a glimpse of the very individual approach taken by each, three very different points of view about the meaning and how and for what they use their environment as artists.
If there is one contemporary artistic expression that is completely accessible, it’s Urban Art. This takes place within everyone's reach, on walls and facades, fences, shop entrances, in glass, on floors, in train carriages. The intention is not that it will endure and Street Art is never created with any intention of being permanent. It exists to convey a message instantly on the ‘canvas’ on which an artist works may be overpainted by another. Modifying the message or creating something new in the process. Inevitably, Urban Art has long since leapt from the street to the galleries and large museums. Transcending its ephemeral nature and becoming another style of current and contemporary art. For the transformation, this once forbidden, often illegal activity had to make a transition from the landscape to canvas or paper without losing the urgency that made it unique.
Street View is composed of more than eighty original works and numerous serigraphs though which the artists communicate directly through their works to convey their messages to the viewer.
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