Los Muros De Burque: We Exist Somewhere Between Limbo and Purgatory on the HDIC Theatre Building – Albuquerque, New Mexico – 12/02/2019

We Exist Somewhere Between Limbo and Purgatory by Ernest Doty on the HDIC Theatre Building

“Prolific and passionate street artist Ernest Doty equates justice and vision in his pursuit for more wall space. At once a mystic and a social activist, Ernest seems to want to drag the rest of the contemporary world into an age of neo-enlightenment, kicking and screaming. His ancient characters, with their multiple sad eyes have a message for us: their message is silence, compassion and social justice.”

According to the website MurosABQ:

“Muros translates from Spanish as “walls”. In Albuquerque, our walls bring people together. Throughout our vibrant city you’ll see our diverse culture expressed not just through the color of our skin, but through the color on our walls. Take a journey into the heart of who we are and discover the murals of Albuquerque.”

Click Here for an Interactive Map of Street Art and Murals of Albuquerque, New Mexico!

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