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Ronda expands its urban art route with four new murals

Ronda expands its urban art route with four new murals

Street art ·

The new murals, created by Sevillian graffitist Kato, will be located on the facades of buildings in the Las Sindicales district, the first of which depicts a young girl with floral motifs

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Ronda

Wednesday, 19 April 2023, 16:17

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Ronda will expand its urban art route with four new murals painted by the Sevillian graffitist, Kato (Fabían Bravo Guerrero), an artist who describes his work as “free art, without limits”.

The new murals will be located on the façades of buildings in the Las Sindicales neighbourhood of Ronda, the first of which depicts a young girl with floral motifs. The 37-year-old artist has already begun this piece and hopes to finish it by Friday 21 April.

The initiative was announced by the town’s mayor, María de la Paz Fernández, and the councillor for Tourism, Ángel Martínez, who explained that the route already offers three large murals in the La Dehesa and San Rafael districts, and another next to the town’s bus station. These works have been created by Víctor Fernández, Víctor García, and Okuda, an artist renowned for his dazzling surrealist pop art designs.

Kato, whose artistic name derives from his love of cats, began working as a graffitist in 1999. He later progressed to painting colourful murals, and these works include various subjects, from iconic Andalusian landmarks to comic book heroes and typical customs and traditions.

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