Monday, July 21, 2008

7 comments:

doze verde said...

legal esses desenhos q o doze te ensinou a fazer.

michela said...

Can I get an email please? Thanks

Azucena said...

marisquiño 2008

www.fotolog.com/0macarena0
soi a nena amiga de emme. mandoche un saudo!!

apertas

Alex Senna said...

foda.

a.me said...

Hi Fefe, I am interested in street art in Brazil. I have several questions. If you would be so kind as to email me, I would appreciate it.

aimee [at] caltech.edu

Anonymous said...

Adorei tua arte, citei tua primeira exposição individual, no portal que trabalho o link vai abaixo:

http://updateordie.com/updates/ilustradores/2008/09/graffiti-paulistano-em-madrid/

Se te interessar posso cobrir com mais fotos e reportagem! Meu email é:

felipegini@uol.com.br

Parabens pelo trampo.
Felipe

Confusion Group said...

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Throwing conventions that restrict the creation, using materials free of charge and easy access, born Paitingcans, an open collaborative art project, created by Confusion Group. This initiative aim to encourage the use of this medium, whose use in the everyday is limited for the time of the consumption, for the creation and dissemination of independent art.

www.paintingcans.com

About Me

Sao Paulo, Madrid, Brazil
Fefe Talavera’s monster paintings are metaphors for strong and subconscious human emotions like anger, fear, dreams or desire. The colourful fantastic beasts which she connects with the “dark side” of her inner self stand for the artist’s cultural roots as well as the primary and powerful energy of her work in the streets all over the world. Born in 1979 Fefe was brought up as a native half Mexican, half Brazilian in São Paulo where she lives until today besides her second home in Madrid, Spain. Interested in all kind of “underground” movements, the typical and unique stylistic freedom of the internationally renowned Street Art and Graffiti scene of her hometown made an important impression on the artist. Her raw creative energy thus found much more correspondence in the angled, tribal-like style she developed while working in the streets, than in her studies in fine arts which she finished with a Bachelor at the FAAP in São Paulo. Showing at galleries and accepting certain rules, limits and intolerances of the art market system represent a contradiction for Fefe who is mainly interested in finding public ways to express herself and a common way of communication.