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Farid Rueda painting Theft and love Straat International Street Art Museum

Farid Rueda

(Mexico, 1986)

Farid´s work is strongly rooted in the visual aesthetics of his country’s heritage. In Theft and love, a lion and an eagle are fused together as a reference to pre-Hispanic gods. This totem represents the contrast between air and land, which Farid sees as a powerful juxtaposition of forces.

“I want the museum visitors to feel a little bit of Mexico in their hearts.” / Farid Rueda

Farid at work for STRAAT

Farid Rueda Straat Museum Amsterdam
Farid Rueda Straat Museum Amsterdam

STRAAT Talks with Farid Rueda

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