Nunca is a Brazilian street artist known for his large-scale murals that often incorporate elements of Brazilian culture and social commentary. He was born in São Paulo in 1983 and began his career as a graffiti artist in the early 2000s. Nunca's work often explores the themes of identity, history, and power. He is known for his use of bold colors and intricate patterns, as well as his incorporation of traditional Brazilian imagery, such as indigenous motifs and carnival masks. One of Nunca's most famous works is a mural he painted in 2008 in the East End of London, titled "Ethnic Cleansing." The mural depicts a group of indigenous people being forcibly removed from their land by European settlers. The work was highly controversial and sparked a debate about gentrification and the treatment of indigenous people. Nunca's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and the Tate Modern in London. He continues to be an influential figure in the street art scene and an advocate for social justice through his art.
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