MuVIM dedicates a retrospective to the muralist Hyuro

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TOURISTIC AREA: Historical center

Tamara Djurovic, better known as Hyuro, was one of the few women who managed to create a spot for herself within international muralism.

Two years after her death, MuVIM has organized "Exercises to disarm the world", a tribute to the Argentine artist.

Hyuro's work is notable for being intimate and personal, while also exhibiting a public and political sentiment.

Her murals don't simply speak of everyday things; rather, they provide a committed discourse and invite the viewer to converse with everything that surrounds them and sometimes fails to understand.

Invisible women, housewives, fighting mothers and working women are the protagonists in Hyuro's work.

Through simple scenes, the artist conveyed a meaning much more relevant than it was apparent, since she was able to see and share the beauty of everyday actions.

A tour of Hyuro's career, "Exercises to disarm the world" proposes the need for social and ecological autonomy, and criticizes the current patriarchal system.

You have until December 4 to be part of this small tribute to one of the most outstanding urban artists of recent times.

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    Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

    Sundays and holidays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  • Place

    Carrer de Quevedo, 10. València

  • Price

    General admission €2

    Reduced price €1

    Free admission Saturdays, Sundays and holidays


Carrer de Quevedo, 10, València, España

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