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L’ultimo murale di Liqen a Porto

Nuovo aggiornamento per Liqen, l’artista Spagnolo ha realizzato un nuova e grande pittura all’interno della più piccola strada di Porto. Si tratta di un personale omaggio alla splendida città Portoghese, ai suoi personaggi e artigiani.
Liqen gioca con la particolare architettura del luogo attingendo dal personale immaginario e dipingendo un gatto blu con alcuni edifici sulla schiena. Surreale e poetica, la figura emerge da una piccola apertura tra due palazzi.
L’artista ha accompagnato “El gato de cobalto o perspéntico”, questo il titolo dell’opera, con un breve estratto che rende efficacemente la sua idea di Porto e tutta la poetica che si cela dietro il risultato finale.

“Once there was a city with many lives, that walked agile aimlessly among the void, could pass without being seen, without wanting it its only purpose was its own existence, it could transmute but it felt good with its new body covered by a sea of ​​blue hair, lived in a desert that had endured centuries of change, was once a peninsula surrounded by the sea, where there was plenty, but the advances made the sea to dry and now only his hair is simulating the ocean, some bright streets and the spirit of the boatman who accompanies him sailing on a sea of ​​sand, but life continues in all its forms and only the evolution of these strange advances, alien to nature, could end up again with this beautiful being … this city has a cat’s body , his hair is cobalt blue color coming from the archeogenetic influence of centuries of craft wisdom on small ceramic plates that were used to cover the facades of buildings, back from the east, later would come here to the trans (a) parence Europe. This living city, this way of life was not such, just a mirage in the desert.” – Liqen stories from ”Nueva vida“, 2013.

Photo Credit: The Artist

L’ultimo murale di Liqen a Porto

Nuovo aggiornamento per Liqen, l’artista Spagnolo ha realizzato un nuova e grande pittura all’interno della più piccola strada di Porto. Si tratta di un personale omaggio alla splendida città Portoghese, ai suoi personaggi e artigiani.
Liqen gioca con la particolare architettura del luogo attingendo dal personale immaginario e dipingendo un gatto blu con alcuni edifici sulla schiena. Surreale e poetica, la figura emerge da una piccola apertura tra due palazzi.
L’artista ha accompagnato “El gato de cobalto o perspéntico”, questo il titolo dell’opera, con un breve estratto che rende efficacemente la sua idea di Porto e tutta la poetica che si cela dietro il risultato finale.

“Once there was a city with many lives, that walked agile aimlessly among the void, could pass without being seen, without wanting it its only purpose was its own existence, it could transmute but it felt good with its new body covered by a sea of ​​blue hair, lived in a desert that had endured centuries of change, was once a peninsula surrounded by the sea, where there was plenty, but the advances made the sea to dry and now only his hair is simulating the ocean, some bright streets and the spirit of the boatman who accompanies him sailing on a sea of ​​sand, but life continues in all its forms and only the evolution of these strange advances, alien to nature, could end up again with this beautiful being … this city has a cat’s body , his hair is cobalt blue color coming from the archeogenetic influence of centuries of craft wisdom on small ceramic plates that were used to cover the facades of buildings, back from the east, later would come here to the trans (a) parence Europe. This living city, this way of life was not such, just a mirage in the desert.” – Liqen stories from ”Nueva vida“, 2013.

Photo Credit: The Artist