If we’re going to be talking about artists that absolutely thrived in 2018, Tamara Djurovic street artist, best known as Hyuro, and her amazing large-scale wall murals needs to be recognized!
Her work can be seen literally all around the world, from Italy, Spain, Belgium, The Netherlands, all the way to Brazil. She leaves part of herself here, her contemporary art is a merge of politics with surreal situations, where all feel oddly familiar.
Hyuro’s wall murals blend perfectly with the background, like an intimate play where both fit adequately with each other. The graffiti art looks amazing with the rest of the architectural aspects in the surroundings.
Born and raised in the warm and sunny Argentina, the contemporary artist creates beautiful wall murals, paintings, and drawings that artistically leave her imagination and are put into the eyes of the world.
Based in Valencia, Spain, her artwork makes her leave her comfort and happy place and explore this earth we live in. France, Italy, and Austria receive the artist with open arms ready to be stunned by her art exhibitions and to feature her on worldwide festivals.
The perception of her contemporary art is up to the viewer, you just need to get a little creative, but sometimes it doesn’t take that much.
The human figure is always the star of her street art, often women, colored in soft colors in not-so-soft situations. Alone or in a group, these “characters” of her mind, leave a very suggestion message.