PAOLA DELFIN

Ciudad de México / Mexico

Paola Delfin comes from Ciudad de México. She is best known as a visual artist, as well as a Muralist. Being influenced by illustrations and a mixture of unusual materials, she is as good with a spray can as she is with a brush or a pencil. When it comes to her favorite topic, exploring the feminine sensibility and beauty her artwork simply stands out. Delfin’s works are featured as a part of the opening of URBAN NATION Museum in 2017. […]

Biography / PAOLA DELFIN

Paola Delfin comes from Ciudad de México. She is best known as a visual artist, as well as a Muralist. Being influenced by illustrations and a mixture of unusual materials, she is as good with a spray can as she is with a brush or a pencil. When it comes to her favorite topic, exploring the feminine sensibility and beauty her artwork simply stands out. Delfin’s works are featured as a part of the opening of URBAN NATION Museum in 2017.

Paola Delfin grew up with a piece of paper and a pencil. She is a master when it comes to visualizing what ever she has in her head. Her desire to share, explore and exchange what is within her made it obvious she belongs on the streets. Her believe that her artwork on a paper or small canvas will be just misunderstood, simply because the message it conveys is enormous prove her place as well. Throughout her mural artwork focusing on feminism, her artworks become global. Her female characters speak of the change, the nature, beauty, struggles, parts of herself, at least at the state when she is painting, but most importantly the local stories and views. Her interest on how people live daily and her ability to find an inspiration in it is what makes her artwork so unique.

Featured on Urban Nation / PAOLA DELFIN

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ONE WALL BY STOHEAD
With his largest mural to date, Berlin artist Stohead calls for reflection on social values. Stylistically, the latest ONE WALL by the URBAN NATION Museum ties in with various art historical influences, iconic typefaces and Stohead’s origins in style writing.
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Hybrid Sculptors „with or without you (in Berlin)“
There is a new exhibit in the URBAN NATION museum: The artist collective Hybrid Sculptors created an interactive video work called “with or without you (in Berlin)”, which gives visitors the opportunity to become part of their performance art.
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COMMUNITY WALL BY CARL KENZ
At the end of June Carl KENZ was in town and left behind a new Community Wall at Bülowstrasse 97, close to the URBAN NATION museum. The result of this spontaneous collaboration is a new work of art entitled “Raised
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ONE WALL BY BUSTART
The new mural by BustArt at Artpark Tegel is entitled “Departure” and picks up a current topic: the upcoming closure of Tegel Airport. Locally close to the airport, the residents around Neheimer Strasse 4 can now look forward to a
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ONE WALL BY JIM AVIGNON
News from Artpark Tegel: The Berlin painter, illustrator, musician and concept artist Jim Avignon has created a new ONE WALL that expresses the zeitgeist and asks the question of the future between uncertainty and a mood of departure. The new
New facade of the URBAN NATION Museum
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New museum facade by Dave the Chimp & friends
The URBAN NATION museum presents itself with a new, humorous face. The new facade design by Dave the Chimp and four other artists from Berlin not only encourages more solidarity and thus addresses a very current socio-political topic, it is
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„Hier & Jetzt“ – a wall by Maja Hürst
Science, research and urban art – in the new artwork by the Swiss artist Maja Hürst, these three components form a wonderful overall picture that not only convinced a jury in terms of content and aesthetics, but also completely meets
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ONE WALL by Emily Eldridge
Berlin has become a little more colourful again in the last few days: The American artist Emily Eldridge, who lives in Berlin, created a new ONE WALL and enriches the neighborhood around Kastanienplatz in Kreuzberg with lots of color and
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COLORS OF MY HOME
As much as we want to think that it is easy to get along with everyone, we can’t ignore that there are still some cultural differences that all of us face every day in our cities around the world.