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Los Muralistas de El Puente

Segment of ¡Cultura Con Azúcar! mural, 2014

Los Muralistas is an inter-generational artist collective developed within El Puente and serving the community of Los Sures (Williamsburg Brooklyn's Southside) since 1990. Under the leadership of teaching artist Joe Matunis, the Muralistas have created more than 20 community murals, which have been documented in numerous books on public art and community voices.  For two decades, Los Muralistas have depicted the challenges, victories, hopes and dreams of the Los Sures community through their powerful, thought provoking and artistically masterful public art work. In addition to community murals, Los Muralistas functions as the visual arts arm for all of El Puente's community events, such as the Annual Three Kings Day Celebration, political marches, and Integrated Arts Projects at the El Puente Academy for Peace & Justice

All of the artists in Los Muralistas are also El Puente teaching artists and members of El Puente CADRE (Community Artists’ Development & Resource Exchange/Colectiva para Recursos y Desarollo de Artistas Comunitarios), a diverse artist network that serves as a platform for primarily Latino artists in Los Sures to network and collaborate on projects, create and facilitate strategies that will grow and sustain capacity to lead and contribute to the cultural community of Brooklyn. 

LEAR MORE ABOUT LOS MURALISTAS DE EL PUENTE AND VIEW THEIR ARCHIVE ON THEIR WEBSITE 

LOSMURALISTASDEELPUENTE.COM

Una Cuenta de Los Sures II, 1992

Ashes to Ashes Mural
Ashes to Ashes, 2000
 
Bushwacked, 2005
 
 
LOS MURALISTAS FOUNDER JOE MATUNIS SHARES ABOUT HIS WORK AND THE STORY OF LOS MURALISTAS DE EL PUENTE