Pallas Athena

 In their first art intervention in the city of Barcelona, PichiAvo has painted a mural in the facade of the student residence Livensa Living Diagonal Alto of Temprano Capital Partners, designed by the Portuguese architect José Quintela da Fonseca. The artistic duo has designed a mural that shows a very particular version of Pallas Athena’s sculpture in the Austrian Parliament, in Vienna. In this mural, the artists have showed again their incomparable style in deconstructing the purest classic art iconography through the incorporation of urban expressions. Despite not being a contemporary figure, Athena has become a key figure in the collective imaginary of our civilisation. Being a representative character of diverse feminist schools of thought, this goddess represents the warrior, protector, wise and independent woman. 
Supported by Rebobinart
Created on July 16, 2019
Carrer de Sant Mateu, 6, 08950 Esplugues de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain

Hunted by Tim Marschang. Pictures by Fer Alcalá.

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