Lovisual20 seeks to respond to the current moment and therefore proposes an evolution of its format to contribute in a more firm way, if possible, to its main idea: the city, as a whole, is open. A joint image, through the work of designer Andrea Santamarina, that makes Logroño, its stores and bars visible as open windows that contribute through art to generating a collective, supportive and optimistic imagery. Balconies and windows that are drawn to build a community bond with all those anonymous characters (mainly people -and women- of middle and old age) who have contributed to making the city.
A serie of around 80 Large Scale drawings drawings are installed in the windows display of the city of Logroño (La Rioja, Spain), configuring a continuous urban storyboard, which expands through flags, bus stops and different spaces to contaminate the whole city.
Curated by Javier Peña Ibáñez and the Niño Bothers.
Photos by Asier Rua.
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