This is a collaboration between the two artists: Bosoletti and Malakkai.
Francisco Bosoletti is an expressionist, poetical and eclectic figure in his compositions, born in Argentina in 1988. He combines a certain classical style with a provocative vein of protest against the overwhelming power of the economy and the concept of “economic speculation” that seems to be at the center of the thoughts of his Argentine compatriots, and not only. The tulip is the flower that chooses as symbol, a poetic and elegant flower, that plays with human figures like a totem and a signal, an arrow, or a warning. With vigorous brushstrokes and a palette of terrestrial colors, Bosoletti works on a creative dual track: exploring the horizon of female human movement, made of iconic and ritual gestures like a shamanic rite triggered and directed by the utter element of the tulip, which struggles and interacts with the energy lines of the composition; on the other hand, it moves to the discovery of the environments and scenarios that hide behind the life of a mural surface, resuming them and bringing them to light. A style sometimes terse and sketched, rich of symbolic elements that reduced with the progress and maturation of research. The pictorial elements of the human and the reflective side, are made to emerge with force and overwhelm the realistic dimension.
Malakkai was born in Almería and live in Barcelona. He always had a pencil in his hand but he did not realize what was he really wanted until he was studying telecommunications, surrounded by numbers and trigonometry. Malakkai met Graffiti during 2000, a fact that fueled the passion for drawing. His work has walked through numerous showrooms of Spain and nowadays you can find from lost walls in Almeria, Girona and the Canary Islands to Nuremberg, Lyon, Naples, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Mexico, Djerba. Always dominate the female figure and weird animals laced with irony and a particular sense of humor.