In this abandoned site was the El Mirador Private School, created in March 2001 in Angol. This abandoned school may have an archaeological treasure from the point of view of the world of graffiti. Upon entering, we find a solitary brick wall that also keeps an ALAPINTA mural intact.
It is a mural financed by the Municipality of Angol and Senda, which is the state service for the prevention and rehabilitation of drugs and alcohol. You can see their names at one end of the mural, as well as the name of the author at the other bottom.
If you check ALAPINTA ’s website you will see a sophistication and realism that leaves our mural as simple and childish, which would allow me to say that this is one of the first works of the Alapinta crew, when they started back in 2004. Founded by GVZ, MAHER, ANER, FIAM and CEZO, but currently managed only by GVZ and MAHER.
The artworks found by the exploration inside the run down building complex are on a seperate page and you can find the adventurous walk through with an interesting story description at Jorge Alessandri 1482 Inside.
Salvador J. Seda – Angol – March 2021
Artist: GVZ – GABRIEL VELOSO
Photographer: Salvador Seda
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