On the corner of my street
Street Art Museum Amsterdam
Kenor began painting in the 1990’s, when, inspired by the rhythm of life in Barcelona -- its colours, sounds, lights, and movements, its decaying walls, its inhabitants and their connections to their home -- he transformed his fascination with the city where he grew up into abstract works. As he continues to push the boundaries of his concept and style, his will to transform the public urban environment through his energy and creativity never diminishes. Kenor’s continuous dialogue between his art, the city, and the human element translates into a wide body of work including graffiti art, sculpture, video, installations, and canvas painting. Despite this interdisciplinary practice, Kenor remains true to the original ethics of graffiti in his contemporary practice, but dedicates himself most strongly to creating innovative urban art.
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On the corner of my street is an abstract-geometric piece, close to Kenor's own style, based on a repetition of patterns, geometric shapes and exact colour combinations.
Geometric abstract multicolor artwork realized on wooden fench by Spanish artist Kenor.