Street Art // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
The image of a woman with her back turned and head through a small table is the subject of Spain-based artist, Hyruo’s newest painting. Over time, the artist’s work has increasingly become more minimalistic and mysterious, leaving viewers with unanswered questions of meaning. We love the wall and placement that was chosen for this particular piece.
Street Art // Friday, September 06, 2013
We look the other way for just a second and Hyuro paints a bunch of walls. The always-active Valencia-based street artist was recently in Austria, Vienna, where she utilized an unusual wall to her advantage, painting women atop of various stacked furniture. Her other walls painted in Valencia depict women in odd situations, further investigating ideas based around women’s roles in society, empowerment and more.
Street Art // Monday, August 12, 2013
Since we last checked in with Hyuro (which really wasn’t too long ago) some new news has happened. Can you guess what that may be? To no surprise, it’s a bunch of new simple thought provoking paintings created in her hometown of Valencia, Spain. Images of flag holding, shark carrying, looking down the barrel of a gun women.
Street Art // Friday, August 02, 2013
A group of women are seen carrying an overturned car in this new mural by Hyuro in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Street Art // Tuesday, June 25, 2013
In Hyuro’s newest work, a series of two women are seen tussling with one another separated by a goose, which eventually is destroyed and the two are left looking complacent. The artist does a brilliant job at showing emotion and conflict in her work, especially with this recent piece.
Street Art // Monday, May 20, 2013
One of our favorite street artists, Valencia, Spain-based Hyuro, has completed a mural in Copenhagen, Denmark in conjunction with her solo show at ArtRebels from May 24th through June 15, 2013. In/Between will feature 17 original drawings highlighting Hyuro's interest in human interiority and the female body, often in relation to animals and natural elements. The exhibition is a subtle reflection on identity and freedom, both individually and collective. The items exhibited are all paper drawings of artworks that Hyuro has created as street pieces all over the world. All photography and information from our friend, Henrik Haven.
Street Art // Monday, May 13, 2013
In a series of simplistic images painted by Spanish artist, Hyuro, a woman is interacting in various ways with a folding chair. This piece titled “L´Attesa” which translates to “The Wait” in English was painted in conjunction with the Memorie Urbane Festival in Gaeta, Italy.
Street Art // Monday, April 29, 2013
Participating in the Memorie Urbane Festival in Terracina, Italy, Spanish artist, Hyuro, painted the following mural entitled “Cycles.” In a series of 10 strong images, the artist brilliantly depicts the life cycle from birth to death. Be sure to view the drawing for this wall and its details.
Street Art // Wednesday, April 24, 2013
We would expect more collaborations between artists, Escif and Hyuro, solely based on their similar styles and both being in Valencia, Spain, however that’s not the case. Occasionally they do work together and when they do they compliment each other well. On this new wall, Hyuro used her talents to paint a number of wolfs while Escif created two identical classic-looking yellow cars.
Street Art // Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Hyuro’s imagery often depicts uncommon scenes that challenge stereotypes of women and social stigmas. This newest piece of a man and a women connected by a block of bricks was painted in her hometown of Valencia, Spain.