The Glòries Bloom Art Fest explodes in Barcelona
What is urban art? The concept of urban art, which is a translated version of the English expression “Street art”, refers to all the art that is made on the street. This type of urban art includes Graffiti, being the first artistic expression associated with the streets, but there are other ways of artistic expression such as posters and stickers.
The objective of urban art is to try to surprise the observers since normally this type of work is carried out in public areas that are frequented a lot. All the works usually carry a very striking message, this message is usually revolutionary that criticizes society above all but with a certain irony and tries to incite a social struggle, other messages are only a political criticism or a simple reflection In Barcelona there are all kinds of Street Art art, many signed by internationally known artists. And when you see them, then yes: take out your phone, take a photo and share it on the social networks. Surely, you will get more ‘likes’ than you imagine.
All this can be seen in the Glòries shopping center, in this opportunity they join this passion and it is shown as a multidisciplinary cultural space creating, together with the Urban Art Barcelona, the Bloom Art Fest. You can see artists live, painting live on a large canvas, every evening from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm, from Wednesday to Saturday, the festival will also host the exhibition “Street Art Road”, a collective exhibition composed of 80 works on canvas. Today, the Peruvian artist resident in Barcelona, Fer Ioke, will be performing, followed by Jofre Oliveras, Sebastien Waknine, a Londoner based in Barcelona, and Ivana Flores. In the third week of the Glòries Bloom Art Fest, from May 15, they will create their works Enric Sant, Eledu, Andrea Btoy and Ricardo Cavolo, and from May 22 they will do it Werens, Bruna Ribas, Anna Grimal and ‘Dios de the three ‘-Javier Navarro.
The illustrator Anna Pulido will have a double session on May 27 and 28, and will be followed by Mateu Targa, on May 30, GR170, on the 31st, and Alberto de Blobs, who will conclude the festival on June 1st. The works of this exhibition will be on sale in a “Pop Art Store Gallery” in this same shopping center.
For more information go to the Web: https://www.glories.com/es-ES/bloomartfest
We suggest you go and tell us what was the work that you liked most!