location – Dictador Art Masters
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β€žTo get there, you need to land by plane in the middle of the jungle, the nearest city is located 150 km away. The curator of the museum is Mariusz Waras, who invited artists from all over the world to paint the distillery. They came, among others Pixel Pancho (Italy), D * Face (London), Faith XLVII (South Africa), Monstfur (Poland), Cranio (Brazil), Erre (Colombia). Artists painting in the distillery donate one of their work to the foundation”.

Forbes, 12.12.2019

β€ž (…) Artists fill the gap left by factory workers, operating the distillery with an entirely different goal in mind, shifting the space into a new dimension with their art. In reshaping the location, they reshape time as well, leaving a lasting impression deep in the jungle. Building upon their wealth of experience, our “industrial contortionists” join together in a process of transformation – this alchemy will potentially lead to some of their most important and most personal works.

Not only will this become one of the most important places on the urban art global map, it will certainly be the most magical and mysterious one as well”.

Prof. Mariusz Waras (M-City)