Mextonia Festival – Uniting Cultures Through Color. June 14-22, 2017. Tallinn, Estonia. Farid Rueda.

Mextonia is the festival of “Transgrafiti Muralism” that celebrates deep cultural roots of Estonia, through murals created in public walls by Transgrafiti artists, as a gift from Mexico to Estonia.

The gift on occasion of the first Centennial of the Republic of Estonia, and the arrival of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union to Tallinn. Produced by the Mexican organization Nueve Arte Urbano, in collaboration with Todoesuno Eesti, with the local support of EKKM, Stencibility, Pirados, Baltic Sessions, and with the guidance of cultural academic curator Marju Kõivupuu from the University of Tallinn; The festival features 36 transgrafiti artists from Estonia, 16 from México, 8 from the rest of the world, and 15 “mextonian” producers with mostly Mexican funding from the company Incusa SA de CV. Murals will be produced in over 25 locations all over Tallinn and will cover a total surface of more than 5000 square meters of wall, with Mexican paint imported for this sole purpose. (https://www.ev100.ee/en/mextonia-festival-uniting-cultures-through-color-june-14-22-tallinn-estonia)

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