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Cubism x realism in BELIN works of art

By Anca dArc on January 12, 2017

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Cubism x realism in BELIN works of art

Miguel Ángel Belinchón Bujes, a.k.a. Belin was born in Linares, Spain, in 1979. He started to work very hard painting in the street, he had a dream and he needed to do everything he could do to be the great artist he is now. All his sculptures and painting have been displayed in museums, galleries and walls around Spain and different countries like America.

After a recent trip to Pablo Picasso’s birthplace, his work has begun to adopt elements of cubism. His works are often based on loved ones, breaking up elements of their faces in order to recompose eyes, ears, and mouths into distorted configurations.

Although many of his newer works have moved to canvas, he is still very much involved with making work in the public realm, like the above mural he created for last year’s Meeting of Styles’ festival in Cancun, Mexico.

Find out more on BELIN on his personal website or on Instagram.

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