Viva a vida

Mário Belém

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  • Screen print
  • Fabriano Tiepolo 290gr Paper
  • Image Size: 46,5 x 66,5 cm
  • Total Size: 50 x 70 cm
  • No. of Colors: 6
  • Date: 2018
  • 100 units
  • Ref.: S35515

Work included in the exhibition 25 de Abril, 25 Obras Livres (25 of April, 25 Free Works).

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Screen print which, together with the mural on Calçada de Sta. Apolónia, in Lisbon, celebrates 150 years of the abolition of death penalty in Portugal.





THE CELEBRATION OF LIFE - 150 years since the abolition of the death penalty


Mário Belém (b. 1977) left his work of many years as a digital illustrator and graphic designer, to dedicate himself to urban murals, joining the global trend practiced and recognized form of Street Art. Portuguese popular culture and wisdom served as a source of inspiration for the arts. art by Mário Belém that is characterized by humor and a strong narrative component, which gives a sense of humor. This form, with a palette of vibrant tones, very colorful, a style marked by social concerns and a great connection to everyday life. As can be seen in the mural created in Lisbon, at the origin of this screen print, a type of diptych that celebrates the 150th anniversary of the abolition of the death penalty in 1867. À On the left is the sinister image, whose symbolism of the various elements that compose it, precisely evokes it, to the left. On the right is the festive representation of the smiling girl at the door. window and the hot explosion of flowers, which opposes it, and is It is life-affirming itself.

Maria João Fernandes

AICA – International Association of Art Critics

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