Ciudad Juárez (Mexico)
New York (United States)

Victor "Marka27" Quiñonez is a renowned international street artist who is known for his diverse works that intersect contemporary art, graffiti, vinyl toys, fashion and design, and art activism. His public art street murals are a continuation of his heritage and connection to the Mexican Masters Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, and David Siqueiros, who are referred to as "los tres grandes" (the three great ones). His work is inspired by the empowerment of marginalized communities and the fight for representation. Marka27's artistry encompasses paintings, murals, drawings, mix-media pieces, and private commissions for major brands. His robust palette combines elements of street and pop culture with Mexican and Indigenous aesthetics, that he has coined as his signature look "Neo Indigenous." Marka27's work has cemented his place in graffiti and street art history, and he has flourished as a product designer, gallery artist, toy designer, and more. He has emerged as one of the most sought after muralists in the world and has mastered his craft since before "street art" was even a term. Marka27 resides and works in Brooklyn, NY, with his wife and creative partner, Liza, where they run their award-winning creative agency, "Street Theory Gallery.

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