Zosen & Mina Hamada in South America
Zosen & Mina Hamada are two visual artists based in Barcelona, one from Argentina and another from Japan.
The duo have just come to the end of a 3 month tour of Argentina, Peru and Bolivia.
Zosen and Mina Hamada’s collaborative work is characteristically free-flowing, colourful and optimistic, reflecting the real-life personas of the artists.
Starting their trip with a show called “Cultura Popular” in Club Cultural Matienzo, they moved through Cordoba, Mendoza and Salta before heading further north to Boliva and Peru, ending their trip with an exhibition entitled “Nomadas” in Paraiso Galeria in Lima. Their artistic repertoire includes murals, paintings on canvas, illustration, screen printing and handmade books.
Here’s a taster of their recent mural & installation projects.
Zosen and Mina Hamada’s collaborative work is characteristically free-flowing, colourful and optimistic..