Pinta Malasaña is looking for worldwide street artists.
The popular neighborhood of Malasaña in Madrid and its many stores, restaurants, hairdressers, food markets or cafés will showcase a special event to promote street art and sales in the district. More than 100 positions are available to paint at the next edition of Pinta Malasaña, which will take place next Sunday 23rd April. They are looking for artists who cannot only perform professionally, but those who in an amateur way produce street art at home and have an interesting idea to share with the community. Performances will be developed on the week starting the 27th April.
You will receive metarial from Somos Malasaña worth at least 150€ for your artwork and there are different categories featured: spray, brush, ink or others The performances will be developed on wooden doors, metalic shutters, glass front windows or different installations. Pictures or references from other creations will be required.
6 artists who participated at Pinta Malasaña 2016 edition.
Pinta Malasaña is now a reference in the Spanish street art movement and participating on this catwalk will bring you new opportunities! This is our selection of artists from last years edition…Enjoy!
La Tonta el Bote,
-human being illustrations.-
Verónica Soto Sanchez has an extreme ability to paint human beings with an animated style like those on caricatures. Her performance at Pinta Malasaña was one of the most acclaimed ones during the 2016 edition.
If you are a regular visitor to Malasaña or Lavapiés areas you will have probably observed his artwork basically everywhere. Curruncho mola Muncho participated at Pinta Malasaña and got the support from his friends Mufase and Rbn_Kunst
This artist from A Coruña has been dedicated to wall paint and illustration since the 90’s and has now decorated many faccades all over Spain and the rest of the world, including Pinta Malasaña. Taquen is interested in creating alongside with nature. Do you like it?
-Murals and graffiti.-
Chafu is the alter ego of Spanish artist Ramón Amorós. He also performed at CALLE Lavapiés and participates in a project/studio called Cojones de Mosca (the balls of a fly). interesting name, isn’t it? Have you seen his artwork at El Campo de Cebada?
-Masters at work.-
This young artist have performed for more than 15 years in different styles such as illustration, graphic novel, and creative projects. He has developed solo shows in Gijón, as well as illustrated several magazines. Where in Malasaña did you see him?
Dive into Madrid’s street art with a local graffiti artist at Pinta Malasaña.
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