After his successful solo exhibition in Rome with Varsi Gallery, Pixel Pancho worked on a massive wall in the district of Primavalle in Rome, Italy.
Painting on Via Pietro Bembo 35, the Italian artist brought to life this beautiful artwork showing the legend of Theseus and his fight with the Minotaur.
Theseus was a founding hero, considered by Athenians as their own great reformer: his name comes from the same root as Thesmos, Greek for “The Gathering”. The myths surrounding Theseus, his journeys, exploits, and family, have provided material for fiction throughout the ages.
The wall was produced by Galleria Varsi and Muracci Nostril, in Collaboration with Associazione Vengo da Primavalle and Ater Roma.
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“Teseo e il Minotauro” by Pixel Pancho in Rome, Italy