eversiempre "It's been 6 months since in my town, in Buenos Aires, you see more police men than normal people. Sometimes I think that its easier to put a gun in people's hands than a book. I never imagined this kind of situation in front of a mural, it reminds me of my young parents being persecuted for thinking differently." #buenosaires #argentina #fuckthepolice 13h

» LOG IN to write comment.

eversiempre The model (Buenos Aires winter) 2d

» LOG IN to write comment.

eversiempre "Idealism metaphor applied to reality" 2016 (oil and acrylics on steel)

The reality of the unusual corresponds to the context of the street. The idealism of the work is struck by reality; the artist presages the reaction but they doesn't control the outcome. To intervene in the street (from personal experience) is a process of detachment from the piece, of destruction or re-identification to which the artist doesn't belong. While the destruction of the work can be a constant, my goal is to bring that process for analysis in a closed space.

The fact of freezing the work is the representation of reality, the subjection of absolute truth, freezing is to destroy the theory of the work, also its materiality, its price, the value of work, it is the outline of an uncontrollable microorganism, that's represented in a metaphorical way when painted on the streets.

The Frozen work percentage is 29.4% which represents the amount of Cordobese kids who are living under the poverty line according to a study by the Catholic University of Argentina.
This data is as much data circulating as it is the truth that kills the idealism of the artist. Art can't survive without reality.
3d

» LOG IN to write comment.

eversiempre "Idealism metaphor applied to reality", Caraffa fine arts Museum of Cordoba 2016
(Oil and acrylic on steel of 210x200 cm) "Idealism metaphor applied to reality"

The reality of the unusual corresponds to the context of the street. The idealism of the work is struck by reality; the artist presages the reaction but they doesn't control the outcome. To intervene in the street (from personal experience) is a process of detachment from the piece, of destruction or re-identification to which the artist doesn't belong. While the destruction of the work can be a constant, my goal is to bring that process for analysis in a closed space.

The fact of freezing the work is the representation of reality, the subjection of absolute truth, freezing is to destroy the theory of the work, also its materiality, its price, the value of work, it is the outline of an uncontrollable microorganism, that's represented in a metaphorical way when painted on the streets.

The Frozen work percentage is 29.4% which represents the amount of Cordobese kids who are living under the poverty line according to a study by the Catholic University of Argentina.
This data is as much data circulating as it is the truth that kills the idealism of the artist. Art can't survive without reality.
5d

» LOG IN to write comment.

eversiempre The beginning of the real installation #pioneros @kosovogallery @museocaraffa #hielo #ice 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

» LOG IN to write comment.

» LOG IN to write comment.

eversiempre "Homage to the past and future", Oostende, Belgium @thcrstlshp
The city of Oostende began its great reforms in 1883. King Leopold II earned the nickname the "constructor" for his contribution to public works. These reforms were possible thanks to the large profits that were made from the king's colony, an area sixty times larger than Belguim: the Congo. In the Congo, rubber was a resource that became precious because of its use in the automotive and bicycle industries. The king imposed high quotas on rubber production in the Congo and forced the indigenous population to comply using coercive methods and extreme violence. It is estimated that during Leopold's years of domination about ten million natives were killed in the Congo. "Homage to the Past and Future" is a work that talks about the heavy legacy of the past, about how societies live with the consequences of those that came before and how they build their current reality to be better. The mural is located at the urban entrance to the city, a work that perhaps Leopoldo II had not imagined at the gates of the resort town. Today, the reality is different; diversity flourishes in the city and the image is of a resident of Oostende. Humans learn from their mistakes and the future will always be better if our present remembers and pays homage to the real heroes.
1mon
  •   miserylcompany waaaauw As if it wasn't enough that you made this beautiful piece of art, you now even wrote this beautiful hommage As a proud inhabitant of Oostende I send you much love :) 4w
  •   miserylcompany @jolantheboss hier si Das ook een mooi stukje geschiedenis :) Niet heeel in je genre maar toch :) 4w

» LOG IN to write comment.

eversiempre "Homage to the past and future", Oostende, Belgium, 2016 @thcrstlshp
The city of Oostende began its great reforms in 1883. King Leopold II earned the nickname the "constructor" for his contribution to public works. These reforms were possible thanks to the large profits that were made from the king's colony, an area sixty times larger than Belguim: the Congo. In the Congo, rubber was a resource that became precious because of its use in the automotive and bicycle industries. The king imposed high quotas on rubber production in the Congo and forced the indigenous population to comply using coercive methods and extreme violence. It is estimated that during Leopold's years of domination about ten million natives were killed in the Congo. "Homage to the Past and Future" is a work that talks about the heavy legacy of the past, about how societies live with the consequences of those that came before and how they build their current reality to be better. The mural is located at the urban entrance to the city, a work that perhaps Leopoldo II had not imagined at the gates of the resort town. Today, the reality is different; diversity flourishes in the city and the image is of a resident of Oostende. Humans learn from their mistakes and the future will always be better if our present remembers and pays homage to the real heroes.
1mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

eversiempre "Tribute to the past and future", Oostend, Belgium 2016 @thcrstlshp 2mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

eversiempre #wip Oostende, Belgium 2mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

» LOG IN to write comment.

» LOG IN to write comment.

eversiempre Hola 🏽 3mon
  •   bascovazko Que bueno que te cortaste la barba y el pelo, te ves mas decente @eversiempre no crees @seimiek ?? 3mon
  •   seimiek @bascovazko yo creo q ya deben formalizar su relación y casarse en Argentina 2mon
  •   swfreddy Camisete de di Maria? Jaja un crack 2mon
  •   eldogukc Como te quiero nico! Venite para aca y la rompemos 2mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

» LOG IN to write comment.