Reus, Spain 2018.
This wall is part of the Womart project, a project that aims to claim the need to recognize female talent in the visual arts in general and in urban art
The painters and sculptors have been systematically presented in the art history manuals in a marginal, almost anecdotal way, which could make us think that their existence has been practically nil. While it is true that great female talents have existed throughout history, their recognition has often been eclipsed by their male colleagues. The background of this invisibility is found in a set of reasons that have made obviate the women of the artistic panorama for centuries.
The image represents a woman getting rid of a blanket. The folds of the fabric refer to the complex, the far-fetched, the weight and the burden of history, of the lived. In this case the woman is freed from all this, leading to discovery and visibility.