PangeaSeed Foundation in partnership with NOBULO, FERMAX and Campo Viejo Rioja presented Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans in Cancun, Mexico.
From November 4th to 13th, three internationally renowned artists (Smithe, Minoz & Spok) gathered together in celebrating the majesty of the Mexican Caribbean’s marine environment through a series of ocean-themed murals to beautify a central neighborhood in Cancun, galvanize the local community and they raised awareness for the importance of Cancun’s precious marine natural resources.
Co-curated by Artsynonym (Mexico City) and Visual Junkies (Cancun), PangeaSeed’s globe-spanning Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans project featured Spok (Spain), Smithe (Mexico) and Minoz (Mexico); three international contemporary artists, collaborating to bring vital ocean environmental issues into the spotlight.
“PangeaSeed’ Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans mission is to generate awareness and stimulate dialogue to inspire positive changes surrounding global ocean environmental issues, and that is the main reason we are very excited to work with three Spanish organizations NOBULO, FERMAX and Campo Viejo. They share our vision of positive change and we collectively believe art is a perfect mediator between artists and audiences to raise social transformation and a global action,” says PangeaSeed Regional Creative Director Enriqueta Arias.
All images courtesy by The Stills Agency