As announced a couple of weeks ago, opened Spanish artist Mario Cosin “Vacui” a new solo show at PlasticMurs gallery last week unveiling a beautiful body of work that interprets the artist’s vision of humanity.

The exhibition consists of 9  paintings in spray and acrylic on PVC board using a grey colour palette and 12 watercolours that are worth the visit alone.
Titled Vacui (Latin for empty)  Mario Cosin’s work is totally the opposite consisting on overfilled surfaces where no free space is to be found, and where human-like figures drown in a landscape of abstract shapes and details that juxtapose each other. Clean lines and forms abound, at the same time that the narrative aspect emerges.

Vacui runs through March 10th at the gallery located in Called Denia 49, Valencia, Spain.

For more info contact: : info@plasticmurs.com

About Mario Cosin
An active member of the Graffiti Crew TBS, from which he has been part of since 2007, Omega TBS graduated in 2010 at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Valencia his hometown. From a very young age he developed his own illustrative language with characters with a style close to the underground comic, where he reflects his vision of the current urban society.
His body of work consists of predominantly drawings in ink on paper, occasionally coloured with watercolors or markers, but also numerous digital pieces as well as traditional graffiti.

Author: Fran

Founder and editor of Urbanite. Street Art lover who after the finishing her MA thesis on the muralist movement in the 1920-50s, developed a fascination for street art and graffiti that eventually led to collaborations with different art blogs, including the creation of this one.