Osona is a beautiful countryside area in the north of Barcelona, Spain. The local authorities bet for a large format urban art festival where 19 new murals and artistic interventions have found a new home in the walls of 5 different villages of the region this last October.
Osona Artimur gathered top artists like Zoer, Ana Barriga, Satone, Eloise Gillow, Daniel Muñoz, and Isaac Cordal among other urban art top names create 19 new artistic interventions for the 1st edition of the Osona Artimur Festival curated by B-Murals in the countryside of Barcelona, in order to produce identity portraits of each different small town, from a contemporary approach and point of view. In this rural context, muralism and street art stand up as a unique mixture of tradition and innovation.
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Contemporary and abstract pieces shutter the traditional aesthetical criteria, looking for new portraits of local identities, as the murals of Zoer, Satone, Ana Barriga, Rosh and Nano4814 display. Additionally, rural contexts become new places for researching, innovation and promoting art.
Invited artists: Zoer, Ana Barriga, Satone, Nano4814, Luogo Comune, Isaac Cordal, Rosh, Alberto Montes, Jan Vallverdú, Marta Lapeña, Eloise Gillow
Artists selected by open call: Twee Muizen, Sergi Bastida, Wedo Goas
Artists working on participatory processes: Daniel Muñoz, Chu Doma, Alessia Innocenti, Mateu Targa, Zosen
Photo Credit: Monika Pufflerova & Fer Alcalá.