BARCARÈS STREET ART MUSEUM: Unique in Occitanie, international street artists reinvent an extraordinary space... 8 giant structures made of stacked sea containers including 4 monumental ones culminating at more than 15m high invade the Gardens of Lydia. Stroll among these gigantic works and let yourself be carried away by their eclectic universe! Today, there are 6 structures painted by 6 different artists last Summer. This was painted in the port village of Barcarès by the foot of the museum boat Le Lidya to freshen up the Arts Alley that was created in 1969. They couldn’t have choses a better representation of today's street artist community. Julieta XLF (@julieta_xlf): Originally from Valencia (Spain), Julieta reminds us that each element of Nature is linked to the others. This connection between the artist and Nature is omnipresent in her frescoes and highlights another aspiration, the reconnection between human beings and Nature. In her eyes, our duty is to protect the planet, out of respect and love for our environment and ourselves. Her wall is called "Sadness" and it is both a cry from the sea and a cry for humanity. This work testifies to a need for empathy, the will of a hand extended to the world to limit its degradation. The B-side is more joyful with a young girl playing with sea animals.
Created on August 29, 2021
4 Av. du Paquebot des Sables, 66420 Le Barcarès, France