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Farid Rueda painting Theft and love Straat International Street Art Museum

Farid Rueda

(Mexico, 1986)

The work of Farid 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