Fabian Solymar DAGOR is a Hungarian-Venezuelan artist, currently based in Caracas, Venezuela. He has dedicated himself to drawing and painting since the age of 12, starting with traditional Graffiti and later making interventions in the streets with large fonts under the signature of DAGOR. Over time he has established himself as a leading figure in Venezuelan Street Art, translating his research into geometric abstraction and typography.
DAGOR deconstructs iconic languages of representation and thus his works constitute a universe of reductionist abstraction, which echoes the visual languages of modernity, while also inserting itself in a deeply contemporary geometry. His research is transported to paintings on canvas, wood assemblage and Muralist interventions. For DAGOR, Muralism plays a very important role in his practice, he believes fervently in the positive impact of public art on the culture and welfare of people, creating spaces that can offer a sense of community, places for contemplation and spaces to cement identities.
DAGOR has participated in international festivals of Muralism, such as Meeting Of Style in Ecuador, various festivals in the United States, Wynwood and Art Basel Miami in Florida, as well as live painting shows and Murals in several European cities, including London. He has also participated in various group and individual shows in Venezuela and overseas, while painting murals in Caracas, Barinas, Miami, Brooklyn, Quito, Mexico City as part of a project with the United Nations in the largest mural gallery in the world. His most recent Muralist project has been a collaboration in a social project in the biggest neighbourhood of Latin America, Petare, where political propaganda was replaced by more than 12 murals that had the goal of creating a public trail. DAGOR realised this project with the direct participation of the community, generating a sense of belonging in the local people and in the spaces they have now recovered.
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