“Narcissus Paradise” by Sepe in Barcelona

Polish artist Sepe returned by surprise to give us two new walls and a magnificent installation in Spain. He was invited to take part in the third chapter of the interactive urban art project #7ways2love organized by Bizzarre Magazine in collaboration with Metric Market.

In the 2017-2018 edition, 7 international artists were invited to interpret the concept of love in its different and complicated nuances. The leitmotif of the entire process and what is required of each individual artist is that the works or performances are interactive and therefore the audience can interact with them. With his unmistakable pictorial style and his unique characters, Sepe created “Narcissus Paradise” 2 works at Acrylic plus mirror-like foil on wall together with one Installation, a throne chair surrounded by mirrors. The concept of his work is well described in the words of the project’s curator, Desislava Staneva:

“Narcissism – love to ourselves, to us, to us and nothing else than us. Do you see yourself in the mirror? You are just the reflection of what you chose to be and how you would like to be seen. You get excited from your social media, from being the center of attention. Say hello to your ego, maybe your real love is still locked somewhere in there.”

The presentation of the work took place on 22-11-2017 and was a one-night show, but until the end of January it is possible to visit the two walls inside the Metric Market in Av. Diagonal 505, central Barcelona.

Check out some more pictures of the show below and keep checking back with us for more updates from Spain!

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