Artist's description:

When in Buenos Aries earlier this year I took many photographs over the few days I was staying there. Once again looking at colours, textures and shapes in things that caught my eye. This electricity meter in one of the side streets got me interested because of two reasons, one for the colours and textures contained within the image, and also for the fact that during the weekend I was there, there was a huge march in the city by the people in support of Eva Peron, who many Argentinians still adore, even after all these years. On the following day there was another demonstration by the mothers and relatives of the missing thousands of their children, who have never been seen or heard of since the Junta of 1984. These two subjects appeared on the meter as graffiti. I thought it would be interesting to record the image in both an artistic way and with the political statement made.

Materials used:

Oil pastel/tissue paper

Electricidad (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Ray Perez from United Kingdom

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