"She is leader" from Argentina: Milu Correch 

Women's Forum Street Art Project

Women's Forum Street Art Project #WFSAP
SOUTH AMERICA, ARGENTINA

WONDERWALLS: SHINING THE SPOTLIGHT ON WOMEN STREET ARTISTS

The Women’s Forum Street Art Project shows how much we’re missing if we believe street art to be the exclusive province of men. Ten women street artists from around the globe take part and contribute artwork on theme "She's a Leader”.

Meet the women behind the walls...

WFSAP logo, From the collection of: Women's Forum Street Art Project
Milu Correch painting, From the collection of: Women's Forum Street Art Project

I learnt the basic techniques to take an image from a notebook page to square metres (...) My walls got bigger and better.

"She is not a leader, but they should, but they could", Milu Correch, 2014, From the collection of: Women's Forum Street Art Project

I see paintings done by people, I don't take into account the gender of the author when I'm watching a painted wall in the street. In Argentina, half of the painters are woman and they have the same or more promotion than men.

Untitled, Milu Correch, From the collection of: Women's Forum Street Art Project
Untitled, Milu Correch, From the collection of: Women's Forum Street Art Project
Untitled, Milu Correch, From the collection of: Women's Forum Street Art Project
Untitled, Milu Correch, From the collection of: Women's Forum Street Art Project

www.milucorrech.com

Credits: Story

Street Artist — Milu Correch
Curator — Nathalie Rault, WFSAP Project Manager

Credits: All media
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