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The traditional world of Flamenco meets the grey modern world of underground Architecture
'Entre dos aguas. Entre dos Universos' is a huge mural created by street artists Okuda and Rosh333 to pay a tribute to Spanish flamenco guitarist Francisco Sánchez Gómez, known as Paco de Lucía. The two artists, in collaboration with architect Antonyo Marest and under the supervision of Madrid Street Art Project, were responsible for turning the new Estación Paco de Lucía / Línea 9 in Madrid into the first Spanish example of urban artwork. His pop surrealism of geometric prints and multicoloured ephemeral architectures raises contradictions about existentialism, the universe, the infinite, the meaning of life, and the false freedom of capitalism. The mural helps people passing by to start conversations about the conflict between modernity and tradition.
Canon, Canon PowerShot G15, 6.1-30.5 mm, 6.1 mm, 1.8, 1/60, 1250