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Blue in Green

2016
Budapest, Hungary

SEPE and CHAZME at Szines Varos Festival

Polish street artists SEPE and CHAZME recently participated in Színes Város Festival (“Colorful City”), the annual festival in Budapest that aims to allow Hungarian and foreign artists to paint murals on the run-down buildings and public walls of downtown of their capital. Entitled Blue in Green, the work is straightly referring to the festival’s topic City and the Water, but between the lines, SEPE and CHAZME put metaphor of social inequalities and expanding contrast between poverty and wealth.

SEPE and CHAZME - Blue in Green, Szines Varos Festival, Budapest, Hungary 2016, photo credits of the artist
SEPE and CHAZME – Blue in Green, Szines Varos Festival, Budapest, Hungary, 2016, photo credits of the artist
SEPE and CHAZME - Blue in Green (detail 2), Szines Varos Festival, Budapest, Hungary 2016, photo credits of the artist
SEPE and CHAZME – Blue in Green (detail), Szines Varos Festival, Budapest, Hungary 2016, photo credits of the artist
SEPE and CHAZME - Blue in Green, work in progress, Szines Varos Festival, Budapest, Hungary 2016, photo credits of the artist
SEPE and CHAZME – Blue in Green, work in progress, Szines Varos Festival, Budapest, Hungary 2016, photo credits of the artist
SEPE and CHAZME - Blue in Green, work in progress, Szines Varos Festival, Budapest Hungary 2016, photo credits of the artist
SEPE and CHAZME – Blue in Green, work in progress, Szines Varos Festival, Budapest, Hungary, 2016, photo credits of the artist
SEPE and CHAZME - Blue in Green, Szines Varos Festival 2016, Budapest, Hungary, photo credits of the artist
SEPE and CHAZME – Blue in Green, Szines Varos Festival, Budapest, Hungary, 2016, photo credits of the artist