Magda Love

Street Muralist
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Born in Argentina, Magda Love has lived in New York City for more than a decade. Mostly know by her colorful street art and big public works. The artist forms deeply textured, often ferocious, narratives joining nostalgic images with emotional moments. Her aim is to inspire dialogue about personal experience and prompt a thoughtful pause in the roller coaster of life. Her work, inspired by her travels, her memories, exposes vulnerability, strength, nostalgia, sorrow and joy.

There is power in the both juxtaposition of media and juxtaposition of individual pieces in Magda’s oeuvre. She has painted murals in Buenos Aires, Guadalajara, Mexico City, New York, Cuernavaca, Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Wynwood Miami. Some of her gallery work include her solo exhibition at Gowanus Print Lab, group shows at the Scope Foundation, Vice Gallery Miami, Freshly Baked Gallery, RoX Gallery ( Happy Hearts Foundation) Exit Room, IFAC New York, Residency Unlimited at Cutlog Art Fair, Miguel Paredes Gallery, Peanut Underground, BOOM, The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, and The Urban Folk Art Gallery. She has participated of mural festivals like Welling Court, Meeting of Styles Mexico and Wynwood Block.

Some of her commissioned murals clients include Brooklyn Industries, Nu Hotel , Modern Sky Music Festival , Governors Ball Music Festival, Vidiots TV, The Surfrider Foundation NYC Chapter, The Vault – Miami, Build it Green NYC, Burger Joint Buenos Aires, The Library (NYC), Elemental Store Miami curated by Adjust Gallery, WIP Nightclub, Suite 135 and Gowanus Print Lab.

Her work has been featured in Complex Magazine, New York Ink, 12 Canvases documentary, Art is Life Documentary, News 12, Time Out NY, Vandalog, Ar Nerd New York, Brooklyn Street Art, 12oz Prophet, Brooklyn Eagle, The Brooklyn Paper, Street Art NYC, All City Canvas Blog, Buenos Aires Street Art, DNA Info, The Brownstowner, XO Magazine to name a few.