Vitoria, Spain – 2007 Project part of Variaciones Cartográficas shown in Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Vitoria, Gasteiz. Curated by Alba Lucia Romero and Fernando Rubio Ahumada. Due to the political and social situation of Basque Country any image of a face that is seen in public space tends to be associated with oppressors or the oppressed. The documentary IDENTITYdavid has received ...


Paris – 2015 Cuban-American artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada is currently in Paris for his solo show ”L’Eternel Instant Présent” at Galerie Mathgoth on view until 21 November 2015. In parallel to his solo show ”L’Eternel Instant Présent” at Galerie Mathgoth the artist completed a large scale mural entitled “Ana the muse”, visible in Paris 13th district and curated by Galerie Mathgoth. ...


Barcelona – 2012 Mural created in 2012 at the Fabra i Coats Factory arts complex in Sant Adriá, Barcelona. This mural was documented by Streetosphere in this 26 minute documentary.


Manama, Bahrain – 2012 I went to the city of Manama in Bahrain to make a mural as part of the Alwan 338 festival put together by the Al Riwaq Art Space. I was a little apprehensive because it was during the “Arab Spring” uprising but a good friend working with the gallery explained the special nature of what the ...


Barcelona – 2004 This project was funded by a grant from FUNDACIÓN ARTE Y DERECHO. This was the first drawing to be filmed with a follow up of a year and a half. The short film that was produced by Filmchick Productions has been seen around the world. This drawing was done in the Raval section of Barcelona.


Monterrey, Mexico – 2010 Murals created for the “Seres Queridos/Loved Ones” project curated by Anna Dimitrova of Nobulo. http://www.nobulo.org/


Valencia, Spain – 2009 More info here


Badalona, Spain – 2008 I really liked the idea of drawing on this facade and the possibility of documenting its demolition soon after the drawing was completed. This project was part of the NON-TOXIC D’ART URBÀ FESTIVAL, BADALONA 2008 at Galería Badiú curated by Arcadi Poch and Naomi Daniel.


Granada, Spain – 2008 This project was part of the INTERFERENCIA SUR Urban Art Festival in Granada, curated by Ángela Hinojosa. Julio frequents the library of the Cultural Center where I created the drawing. Everyday by 5 p.m he passed by with his family to see the progress of the mural.


Madrid – 2007 This project was funded by the company Petrus. I found Daniel working in a Gothic clothing store and I liked his androgynous look. I felt that his look was a perfect example of the freedom that characterizes the Malasaña section of Madrid where the drawing was being created.