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Beegarden – The newest art work by Tellas in Turin X Street Alps festival

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Claudia lives and works in Italy. She's the founder and manager of SAT _ Street Art Torino_ a project totally focused on Urban Art which organizes street art tours in Turin since 2014. She currently works with urban art galleries and street art festivals in events' promotion. Art Lover, Poetry Hunter, Planets Devoted.
July 2, 2020
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The productive collaboration between Sardinian artist Tellas and the international festival of urban art Street Alps, the first in Italy to create murals in a mountain context, continues and this time for a metropolitan and unusual project which inaugurates the seventh edition of the festival.

Beegarden is the title of the work that Tellas painted at the brand new and fresh HUB community in Turin: Beeozanam. This industrial building, built between 1938 and 1941 and forgotten for years, has undergone and the recent artistic restyling has given a new face to the neighborhood.

The long mural covers most of the surface of the Beeozanam external courtyard and it is a collection of numerous botanical varieties; it’s a tribute to the place that houses an urban vegetable garden, a flat roof garden and a metropolitan apiary. And obviously it follows the style of the artist, now famous all over the world thanks to his  personal and intimate vision of the natural elements defining the landscape around him. Each piece of his work is the result of a meditative process combining spatial qualities, shapes and species of the surrounding environment. He expresses his style through various means.

Simultaneously with the realization of the wall, our friends from Missiontoart made a three limited edition prints he named Giardino Condiviso (Shared Garden). The idea for this print started floating around on social networks months ago, when Tellas asked to his followers to name their favorite plant. The initiative sparked a lot of interest and so, under lockdown, he collected the comments and was inspired to draw three panels which we developed into fine art prints.

Triptych 
Edition: 48 pz 
Size: 50×70 cm 
One layer screen-print on Fedrigoni Betulla paper 285 g

Signed & Numbered by the artist 
Proudly printed by Sericraft

All proceeds will go to future art projects at Beeozanam, to promote social and cultural projects aimed at reactivating the neighborhood.

Enjoying photos is just half the pleasure, so go and visit this place, immerse yourself in the welcoming atmosphere by signing up for one of the street art tours organized by SAT_Street Art Tourino: next appointment Thursday 16 July 2020.

Thank to Chiara Dalmaviva for these beautiful pics and stay tuned with us for more news from street art scene in Italy!



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