CURA wrapped it up its first edition in Belo Horizonte, Brazil where the line-up featured five national artists and one international: Thiago Mazza and Priscila Amoni, from Belo Horizonte; the Acidum Project from Fortaleza, formed by the artists Tereza Dequinta and Robézio Marqs; and the Spanish artist Marina Capdevilla that is visiting Brazil for the first time.
The murals are located on the blind side of four buildings in the center of BH, with 50 meters in height and 37 meters in width.
The urban landscape was very specific and the selection of these walls was made from an architectonic point of view of the cityscape, because all four lateral sides will be simultaneously seen from Sapucaí street, as the first street art viewpoint in the world.
From July 26th to August 6th CURA brought art, film, music and culture to the third biggest city in Brazil.
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