Body to body

Interview / Elodie Cabrera

A legend of urban art at 25, object of all desires and unanimously praised for his vertical feats, the Spanish artist vanished from galleries but kept working in the public space with a new vibrant esthetics with hints of fauvism and rebellion. Now 31, galvanized by years of intense studio work, he is making a strong come back with an exhibition at the Hangar 207, in Rouen (France), followed by two others at the Musée des Beaux-Arts of Nancy and in Paris starting in November. A three-folded event with one single motto: Pugna-meaning “the fight”.