Argentinian artist Pablo Harymbat aka Gualicho was recently in Montevideo where he collaborated on a couple walls with Spanish artist David de la Mano who currently lives and works in Uruguay.
The new mural is an interesting mix of two quiet different styles. On the one hand we have David de la Mano’s characteristic silhouetted figures, women and men through which he explores human behaviour, their conflicts and contradictions. On the other hand the work of Gualicho who uses organic and industrial forms in his compositions giving form to complex interconnected scenes and cities inhabited by surreal characters that reflect archetypes and conflicts within human beings. Together the two artists create an interesting dialog based on their understanding and reflexion of the human condition and how we are interconnected.
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