Spanish visual artist Jofre Oliveras utilizes a spectrum of mediums to create his murals, sculptures and installations. For Jofre, art is a tool that highlights the need for change at both an individual and a societal level. His work uses satire to critique problematic social convictions through sculptural and conceptual interventions, alongside his own meticulously executed murals in public space.

Here we see Oliveras take a direct shot at both the art establishment and the media coverage of the ongoing migrant crisis. He comments directly on a recurring theme seen at Art Biennales across the globe – the parading of migrant ships as a visual narrative, and the passivity of the observer.


  • Title: Beholders
  • Creator: Jofre Oliveras
  • Date Created: September 2019
  • Location Created: Støperigata 38, 4014 Stavanger, Norway
  • Type: Mural
  • Rights: ©Nuart Festival, ©Brian Tallman Photography
  • Medium: Paint
  • Art Genre: Figurative
  • Art Movement: Street Art
  • Art Form: Painting
  • Support: Wall
  • Depicted Location: Private house

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