A couple of weeks ago opened “Welcome Home”, Plasticmurs gallery latest show featuring the work of leading figures within the Spanish Pop-surrealist and lowbrow movements.
Besides temporary exhibitions the gallery in the Ruzafa neighbourhood in Valencia will be housing something called the Petit Show, a space designed in order to present the work of new open coming artists and the so-called Print Shop, a permanent space dedicated to graphic work editions and a selection of books and magazines.
“Welcome Home”, consists in a series of canvases and illustrations by artists like Aitch, Amandine Urruty, Duma, Gabi de la Merced, Ivana Flores, Mercedes de Bellard, Saddo, Sara Sanz, Twee Muizen and Vero Navarro that intend to invite the viewer into their peculiar dream world.
“Welcome Home” will be running until May 2 at the gallery located on Denia 45, Valencia, Spain.
Opening hours Monday to Saturday 11:30 AM – 2 PM / 5PM – 9 PM.
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