Created on August 26, 2020
2 Rue Jules Baudelocque, Boulogne-sur-Mer, France


If Gonzalo Borondo first followed a classical training, the artist quickly stood out by breaking the codes of street art. Happily combining graffiti and classic painting, his creations are reminiscent of charcoal drawings. He also sometimes abandons the cans and aerosols for the “glass scratching” (scraping of the glass, note) which completely renews the genre. Street poet, Borondo is in search of the sacred and the subtle nature of the human psyche. He likes to probe the soul and represent characters and scenes of life that interact with the place. The context creates the work that changes with the space. A work sometimes discreet but always deep. Borondo has produced paintings and public art installations all over the world.

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Hunted by Amziane ABID.