Fresco Exchange supports the connection between artists by exhibiting their artwork across different venues on a national and international level. The initial collaborating cities are Boston, Massachusetts and Cali, Colombia and we hope to expand to other welcoming cities across the globe. We help promote and collaborate with artists through gallery settings, exhibits and festivals to gain a larger audience and reinforce the idea that art can be used as a tool to cross sociopolitical boundaries, which at times can prevent individuals from traveling freely across countries. Through this creative exchange, our contributing artists’ visions can become more appreciated for both their aesthetic and social content on an international scale.
Please Support our Crowd-FUN-ding Campaign!
If you believe in the power of public art to spark conversations around creativity, diversity, and community, please support our project and help us create an even greater impact during our public art tour across the US this Fall. (Plus, you can win creative gifts for your support!)
FEATURED ARTISTS: Fall Tour 2018
This fall, Colombian muralists are traveling to the US to participate in urban art projects, pop-up exhibitions, and community workshops on both the East and West Coasts! Stay tuned for more information, and of course, reach out if you're interested in collaborating during their residency.
FEATURED MURALS: Muro al Barrio Project
Our friends and partners from Colombia’s Fundación Culata lead artistic interventions to improve social and living conditions through the practice of public art. In 2017, the collective launched the “Muro al Barrio” project in Cali's El Piloto neighborhood to revitalize, connect and honor the community.
(Artwork shown here is by Melissa Angel, Diana Zue, Rito, PuroAmor, Nativa, Ivan Salazar, Respo1, Gomas CVLI, Felipe Ortiz, and Percy Fortini-Wright.)
FEATURED EVENT: Fall 2017
Global Arts, Eats & Beats
Footage of our exhibition at the Cambridge Innovation Center in Boston, Massachusetts during this celebration of Latin America to open hearts and minds across borders and cultures.