Two visionary perspectives were brought together to create a unified work of art, representing a reflection of a city suspended between culture, art, and contrasts. The work of Case Ma’Claim and Marat Morik, two prominent figures in contemporary muralism, took shape in the provincial town of Comiso, Italy. The project, known as “Comiso Arte Pubblica,” was made possible with the support of the local government and the Avis city association. The artists sought to capture the past and present of the region, drawing inspiration from historic photographs and engaging with the local community. The murals, located in a highly trafficked area, serve as both a reflection of the city’s identity and a platform for artistic expression. After completion, the event was presented to the public alongside the student participants from the local art school, who were actively involved in the creative process. The mayor, local association president, and school director all expressed their appreciation for the collaborative project and the impact it had on the community. The artwork is not only a testament to the artists’ skill but also a symbol of unity and hope for a better future.
Arte e contrasti nei murales di Ma’Claim e Morik sulle pareti di Comiso