Urvanity 2022 – Fousion Gallery – Flyer

Urvanity Art Fair Madrid 2022


COAM Colegio de arquitectos
Calle de Hortaleza 63
28004 Madrid

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Booth 26

Fousion Gallery is honored to invite you to UVNT Art Fair 2022, the 6th edition of the International New Contemporary Art Fair Madrid, from February 24th to the 27th. Once again, we will be spreading artistic magic from the booth 26 at COAM, Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos, Madrid, located in the city center of the capital.

Avant-garde and the newest expressions, art languages and sensibilities will be presented in a fine selection of galleries in the International Fair in Madrid.

Within this context of innovation and constant evolution, Fousion Gallery selected a fine variety of artworks to represent the New Contemporary Art movement. Urban Abstract Art and Contemporary Surrealism by 9 different artists will be displayed at the fair.

The selection of Abstract Graffiti and Urban Art will lead you into the evolution of the art compelled at public urban contexts, showing how the movement that have reigned our inner-city environments has evolved into something diverse.

Mystical omens, powerful twisted beings and anthropomorphic magic will appeal into the unexplored worlds of Contemporary Surrealism.

Welcome to UVNT Art Fair 2022.


  • Will Barras
  • Bruno Pontiroli
  • Dilka Bear
  • Mono Cieza
  • Miss Van
  • Victor Castillo
  • Kenor
  • Alberto de Blobs
  • David de la Mano
Will Barras – Petrol Aorta – Fousion Gallery
Bruno Pontiroli – Vacherie I – Fousion Gallery
Bruno Pontiroli – Vacherie II – Fousion Gallery
Dilka Bear – The River II – Fousion Gallery
Dilka Bear – Alba – Fousion Gallery
Dilka Bear – The Gift – Fousion Gallery
Dilka Bear – Untitled VI – Fousion Gallery
Mono Cieza – Turing Test Consequences – Fousion Gallery
Mono Cieza – Turing Test Blow Up – Fousion Gallery
Miss Van – Things I Never Told You – Fousion Gallery
Miss Van – Rouge Bourgeon – Fousion Gallery
Miss Van – Pale Moonlight Muse X – Fousion Gallery
Victor Castillo – Comfortably Numb III –  Red Boy – Fousion Gallery
Victor Castillo – Comfortably Numb VI –  Family – Fousion Gallery
Victor Castillo – Comfortably Numb V –  Mouse – Fousion Gallery
Victor Castillo – Comfortably Numb VII – Red Girl – Fousion Gallery
Kenor – Infinity – Fousion Gallery
Kenor – Airwaves – Fousion Gallery
Kenor – Harmonic 303 – Fousion Gallery
Alberto de Blobs – Coney Island– Fousion Gallery
Alberto de Blobs – Sin título
David de la Mano – Augurio – Fousion Gallery
David De La Mano – Future – Fousion Gallery
David De La Mano – Sin Retorno – Fousion Gallery
David de la Mano – Amnesia – Fousion Gallery
David de la Mano – Umbral
David de la Mano – September – Fousion Gallery


Alberto de Blobs

Alberto de Blobs, born in 1982 started his career as a painter at the young age of 12, writing graffiti in Barcelona. From wild style letter painting, his style gradually evolved towards today's elaborate mixture of figurative and free form abstraction. With its open muralist approach, de Blobs' highly illustrative visual language combines references to his subcultural roots and art historical predecessors alike and with ease. Merging all types of influences, genres and styles, Blobs forged a brilliant outlook on creativity which is presented through his search for new experiences. This newly-made reality escapes all conventions and breaks free from links to any particular aesthetic trend.

Bruno Pontiroli

Bruno Pontiroli creates mind-bending explorations of the relationship between humans and animals. From his dreamlike visions, he conjures up surreal and fantastic universes, where centaurs cut off the head of half-human half-horse creatures, over-eager men can embrace large walrus or jump on twisted giraffes and dromedaries fit their cubic-shaped humps into each other. A poetic and absurd ability to make the impossible happen, while a hippopotamus is standing on his tongue...

Dilka Bear

Those eyes that mirror the world – Dilka Bear, born 1977 in Almaty, Kazakhstan, is an Italian-based artist, illustrator and painter. She studied Architecture at the Almaty University of Arts, in Kazakhstan. 

David De La Mano

David de la Mano was born in Salamanca in 1975, where he graduated in Fine Arts before focussing on Public Art for his PhD at the University of Valencia.

From 1993 onward, De La Mano has worked extensively in urban public space, and developed his trademark style during numerous international projects.

Miss Van

Miss Van started wall-painting with brushes on the walls of Toulouse in the 90’s and quickly expanded her work throughout Europe (with Barcelona as her home city), influencing the feminine movement in European Urban Art. She is now considered among the most established international urban contemporary female artists. 

Mono Cieza

From transcendence to fusion – Mono Cieza was Born in Argentina and lives in Barcelona since 2001. He studied composition at the Faculty of Fine Arts of La Plata (Argentina), released  music for films.

Victor Castillo

Victor Castillo is a Chilean painter currently residing in Los Angeles, California. He was born in Santiago, Chile in 1973, the same year that military dictatorship was established in his country. Inspired by the animations, science fiction movies and the illustrations on his family’s record covers, he began drawing obsessively at the age of five. Later he studied at University of Art and Social Sciences (ARCIS) and the Catholic University of Chile. Victor joined an independent experimental art collective in Santiago, creating mixed media sculpture and video installations.

Will Barras

Will Barras, born in 1973, is a British animation designer and painter. While studying graphic design in the 1990's, Barras became aware and subsequently part of the flourishing Bristol street-art scene and co-founded the influential Scrawl collective. Now leading a London based double life between occupations as a highly decorated animation director and studio artist.


Kenor is a multidisciplinary artist of international recognition. His artwork develops geometrical abstractions, inspired by electronic music. His current sculptural work is an evolution of his first installations of street art, created in abandoned spaces, with residual materials.