The Walkers Street Art, popular and ephemeral visual art, has conquered many areas of our cities around the world in recent years. The movement of indifferent passers-by is part of the frozen pose of these portraits with powerful looks. The moment of confinement gives additional value to our social and cultural habits which we are deprived of, but also allows time for reflection. Here our relationship to the street, the umbilical cord between the citizen and society, and to any form of art found there can fuel this thought and make us want to look differently in the near future....
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