1. Intervención y animación en stop motion del colectivo israelí Broken Fingaz en La Fábrica de Hércules, Querétaro; durante la celebración de la 5ta. edición de CutOut Fest - Festival Internacional de Animación.
    Intervention and stop motion animation by tje Israeli collective Broken Fingaz in Hercules Factory, Querétaro, at CutOut Fest - International Animation Festival 2013.

    Hecho/Made by
    Broken Fingaz | brokenfingaz.com/
    With Sachbak Hafakot & Gida1
    Música/Music: The Gaslamp Killer by Flange Face
    Producido con/Produced with
    ARCA | arca-lab.com/
    CutOut Fest | cutoutfest.com/
    Ghostown | ghostowncrew.com/

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  2. Una de las colecciones que se destacaron, sin lugar a dudas, es el de Saner, Dhear y NEUZZ. Estos tres tipos de MEXICO DF llegó a través del océano para mostrarnos su interpretación gráfica de las imágenes que circulan en sus mentes, los productos de sus sueños, y la ficción se mezcla con la cultura tradicional mexicana

    One of the collections which stood out, without a doubt, is that of SANER, DHEAR, and NEUZZ. These three guys from MEXICO DF came across the ocean to show us their graphic interpretation of the images which circulate in their minds, products of their dreams, and fiction mixed with the traditional Mexican culture.

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  4. Video resumen de la exposición “Arte Urbano Mexicano” que ha organizado Belio Magazine en colaboración con el Centro de Cultura Contemporánea L’Escorxador de Elche, Alicante. La exposición podrá ser visitada hasta el 3 de julio en la Sala La Nau de el Centro de Cultura Contemporánea El Escoxador (Elche - Alicante, España).

    Dhear, Saner, Seher y Sego son los cuatro artistas que hemos seleccionado para esta exposición. Creemos que ellos son cuatro de los artistas urbanos de México con mayor proyección internacional dentro del mundo del arte. Prueba de ello son sus diferentes exposiciones en galerías y museos de todo el mundo.

    Queremos aprovechar la ocasión para dar las GRACIAS a todo el equipo de El Escorxador por su gran trabajo e implicación con propuestas como esta, a los propios artistas: Dhear, Saner, Seher y Sego, por su esfuerzo y participación, y a Montana Colors, La Conaculta y el CCEMX por su apoyo. Y también gracias a Los Amparito por la buena música que acompaña estas imágenes.

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    Video resume of "Mexican Street Art" exhibition organized by Belio Magazine in collaboration with the Escorxador Contemporary Culture Centre in Elche - Alicante, Spain. The show will last until July the 3rd at the La Nau hall of The Escoxador Contemporary Culture Center.

    Dhear, Saner, Seher and Sego are the four artists who have been invited to this project. We believe they are some of the most talented mexican street artists and they would have an international renown in the world of art; already proven regarding the many different shows they already have in galleries and museums around the world.

    We want to take this opportunity to THANK the full team at The Escorxador for their hard work and involvement with proposals like this, the artists themselves: Dhear, Saner, Seher and Sego, for their effort and participation, and Montana Colors, the CCEMX and La Conaculta for their support. And last but not least to Los Amparito for the great music that combines so perfectly with those images.

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    +Info:
    beliomagazine.com/index.php/stories/view/5165
    beliomagazine.com
    centrelescorxador.com/
    Photos:
    flickr.com/photos/belio/sets/72157626623601361/
    Artists:
    Saner - flickr.com/photos/saner_dsr
    Dhear - flickr.com/photos/dhear
    Seher - flickr.com/photos/seherone
    Sego - flickr.com/photos/segoyovbal
    Music:
    Los Amparito - losamparito.bandcamp.com

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  5. Mexico City artist Saner, gives a tour of the city he calls home and gives historical context on the muralists movement and their effect on modern day graffiti. He also talks about how the indigenous cultures of Mexico have inspired his work including the use of masks which have become one of the signatures of his style. Also featuring work by Diego Rivera, Siqueiros, Camarena and Sego.

    Produced for MOCA TV

    Music by Twin Tones

    Directed & Edited By Colin M Day

    Shot by Colin M Day & Kapta

    Additional footage by Gral Treegan & Jasso

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