//Anais Loison

They said it was a blue Monday... who decided that? And who decided that blue was a sad color? I like blue and I want to dance, always!

ANAIS LOISON...

... is a young artist from the French Alps who lives and works in Barcelona.  She experiments intensively with screen printing and other elaborate graphic techniques. She is particularly fascinated by playing with shapes and colors to express a feeling or to tell the story of a person or a place. 

This is how she finally came to explore urban spaces and to help shape them artistically.  She sees street art as one her ways to connect with people and immerse herself in larger dimensions and interactions

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About the street art motif

The wall of the Boca Nord youth culture center still shines in Anais's bright, cheerful colors of a warm summer day.  In El Carmel, in the heights of Barcelona, ​​this special energy of culture and solidarity was felt on the occasion of the International Artists' Day.  The triangle reflects, in a heightened way, the special landscape and atmosphere of this part of the city, Spanish and Catalan - quite extraordinary.

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BARCELONA // ANAIS LOISON

"I play with shapes and colors in order to express a feeling or to tell the history of a person or a place."

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