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Kenor Paints a Whole Train in Kiev, Ukraine

May 24, 2016
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As a part of the ongoing ArtUnitedUs project, Kenor recently spent some time in Kiev, Ukraine, creating his contribution for the event. Taking a bit different angle to the concept, Catalan artist painted a whole metro train marking the Kyiv Day 2016.

Through his abstract geo work, the artist shows his appreciation for the music that motivates his creativity – techno. The composition of the train in this sense represents the tune, while the objects and shapes in vivid colors represent the beats and other elements of the music. Also, participating in one of the largest public art events, Kenor wanted to pay homage to the subway art culture from which graffiti as we know it evolved. The painted train is fully functional transporting the citizens of Kiev on their daily commute.

This project was curated by Geo Leros, Iryna Kanishcheva, Waone Interesni Kazki and Ilya Sagaidak, and we have more photos by Geo Leros and drone shots by Anton Kuleba after the jump.






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