Elizabeth Roman, ‎"Chronicle of our broken dreams", 2010, Acrylic on canvas, 100cm x 65cm

I found my first references in the work of Mexican muralist work and their artistic, political, and social expression in history. Today I evolve in the graffiti and street Art world. In my work I mix art, graphic design and social engagement to talk about society facts and political situations. Like all artist belonging to the street culture I find my inspiration in the urban world and contemporary society. Today different social, cultural, political, and climatic factors liven up the question about narrative painting, “The paintings that tell the event, raises the questions, even call to an awareness wake up” At the hearth of my artistic intent this question: Can the art being a tool of social transformation?

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