Bo130 & Microbo

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  • Bo130 & Microbo Beige No Box Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN

    Bo130 & Microbo Bo130 & Microbo Beige No Box Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN

    Bo130 & Microbo- Beige Limited Edition Rare Spray Paint Can Artwork Crossover by famous graffiti paint maker Montana MTN. No Box This pair of Italians began their journey almost 15 years ago and, since then to this part, have lived the golden age of street art, exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world, and collaborations with renowned textile brands. For us this fact also did not go unnoticed and, in 2005, we invited them to make an exhibition at our Montana Gallery in Barcelona. Just one year after the exhibition, they already had one of their artworks stamped in one of our limited editions.


Bo130 & Microbo - Sprayed Paint Art Collection
Bo130 and Microbo are Italian street artists known for their vibrant and eclectic murals that can be found all over Italy and other parts of Europe. Bo130, whose real name is Alberto Montesano, was born in Rome in 1978, and started his career as a graffiti artist in the early 1990s. Microbo, whose real name is Marco Burresi, was born in Pisa in 1982, and also started his artistic career as a graffiti artist. The two artists first met in 2004, and soon began collaborating on large-scale murals and installations that blended their distinct styles and techniques. Bo130 is known for his bold, abstract forms and use of bright colors, while Microbo often incorporates realistic elements such as portraits and animals into his work. Together, Bo130 and Microbo have created a wide range of public art projects that engage with social and political issues, as well as celebrate the vibrancy and diversity of urban life. They have also exhibited their work in galleries and museums around the world, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. One of their most famous projects is the "Aperi-Cena" mural in Milan, which features a lively scene of people gathered around a table, sharing food and drink. The mural has become a beloved landmark in the city, and has inspired similar projects in other cities across Italy. Bo130 and Microbo continue to create innovative and dynamic works of public art, and are considered leading figures in the street art movement in Italy and beyond. Their work challenges traditional notions of art and engages with the world around them, making them an important voice in contemporary art.

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