Late Tamara Djurovic, aka Hyuro was born in Argentina, where she started painting on canvas. After meeting Spanish street artist Escif she moved to Valencia, Spain and trying out her art on murals. From now on, the street art world wouldn’t let go of her. Since then, Hyuro has taken her poetic visual language to the streets, or actually, to the walls.
Her work is intimate and very personal. In her work, Hyuro doesn’t speak about her, talks to her. She uses the wall as a mirror in which constantly seeks and is, in this process, that painting rescues the echo of that conversation with herself.
This center image represents times before and after the development of the steel industry. The figures around it, means union, speaking for the multicultural society.