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  • Jesús Arrúe has created works for Alejandro Sanz, Antonia San Juan and even Madonna

  • Graffiti is an emblematic piece of Valencia's cultural heritage (min. 30'27“ to 30'44”)

  • Informativos TVE 1: The work of Jesús Arrúe is already in the Ethnological Museum of Valencia (min. 38´20” a 38´44”)

  • The L'ETNO Museum will host the pardoned Bowie graffiti by Jesús Arrúe (min. 38'39“ to 39'09”)

  • The first graffiti pardoned in Spain finds today its 'permanent home' in @letnomuseu, the Valencian Museum of Ethnology. It is a portrait of 'David Bowie' made by the artist Jesús Arrúe in 2019

  • Informativos Comunidad Valenciana: Bowie's Mural, by Jesús Arrúe, will be part of ETNO's permanent collection (min. 1'33“ a 2'13”)

  • The portrait of David Bowie, permanently transferred to the Etno de València (min. 33'18“ a 35'02”)

  • “It is a total pride that a piece of urban art stays in a museum like L'ETNO because it really belongs to the city of Valencia”, says Jesús Arrúe

  • The work of Jesús Arrúe, saved from the pickaxe by a campaign on the networks, enters the permanent collection of L'Etno, the ethnography museum located next to the wall where the artist painted it

  • The work of Jesús Arrúe is permanently exhibited from Monday in the 'City' section of the l'ETNO Museum in Valencia

  • The artist Jesús Arrúe attends the installation of David Bowie's graffiti, a work from the Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània, in the permanent exhibition of L'ETNO, Museu Valencià d'Etnologia

  • The move has not only involved a change of location, but also a complex operation given the fragility of the work and its artistic value

  • A work that has become an emblematic piece of urban art and cultural heritage of the city, which is why it was temporarily installed at the Centre del Carme, from where it has moved to L'ETNO, at the Centre Cultural

  • The graffiti is exhibited in the 'City' section of the exhibition 'It's not easy to be Valencian' of L'ETNO.

  • The mural that was saved from the pickaxe will be permanently exhibited at the Beneficència

  • Jesus Arrúe presented in the Crystal Hall of the City of Valencia the image of the festivities of San Antoni 2024

  • The Crystal Hall of the City Council on Thursday hosted the presentation of the poster announcing the festivities of Sant Antoni 2024, which will be the work of the artist Jesús Arrúe.

  • Councilwoman Mónica Gil, has congratulated "the iconic Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe, whose work has been chosen to illustrate the poster of the festival. An artist whose genius has left its mark all over the world".

  • Inauguration of Jesús Arrúe's exhibition, "Miradas de Cine", featuring some of his works inspired by great film actors and actresses and the finalist posters of the Butoni Fest.

  • A unique collaboration between Jesús Arrúe and Maison Mesa fusing fashion, art and dance in an extraordinary event is presented at Mediterránea Fashion Week Valencia 2023.

  • Jesús Arrúe, a multidisciplinary artist, offered his vision of artistic creation, the result of his renowned international career that has captivated stars of the stature of Madonna.

  • Experts such as Enrique Pernía, CEO and Strategic Planner at Kártica, Lucía Fernández de Castro, creative and production director at María Oliver, fashion designer Alejandro Resta and multidisciplinary artist Jesús Arrúe, reflected on the impact of branding and positioning in

  • La charla ha contado con Enrique Pernía, CEO y Strategic Planner en Kártica, Lucía Fernández de Castro, directora creativa y de producción de la firma María Oliver, el diseñador de moda Alejandro Resta y el artista multidisciplinar Jesús Arrúe.

  • The power of the brand in fashion and art. Communication and positioning is the title of the talk organised by Acumova, in the third edition of Meet the Artist, held yesterday at the Only YOU Valencia Hotel.

  • Acumova was created to promote and represent the common interests of Valencian fashion, culture and design. Its main work has been the creation of the Mediterránea Fashion Week Valencia.

  • Multidisciplinary artists such as Jesús Arrúe, Yica Djuric or Emiliano Moasciaro, all of them members of the Association, showed their work through an exhibition of fashion and art.

  • Acumova is a non-profit association that was created to promote and represent the common interests of Valencian fashion, culture and design.

  • Fashion designers such as Isabel Sanchis, Carlos Haro, Alejandro Resta, Luis Rocamora, Mario Salafranca or GAU, and multidisciplinary artists such as Jesús Arrúe, Yica Djuric or Emiliano Moasciaro, as members of Acumova, showed their work in a fashion and art

  • Jesús Arrúe presents his exhibition "I am not ephemeral" at El Corte Inglés Pintor Sorolla (Valencia) (min. 7:49 to 12:13)

  • Jesús Arrúe, the artist who sold Madonna his work "Madamme X" is Valencian and has his studio in the capital of the Turia. "Visit him in this gallery"

  • Valencian painter, author of the first graffiti pardoned, prepares an exhibition in Hong Kong

  • More than 20 works by Arrúe will be on view, including a replica of his work Bowie, the Menina 'La Movida', designed exclusively for the urban exhibition Meninas Madrid Gallery in 2019, on loan from its owner, and his latest

  • The Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe, who last December became the painter of the first graffiti pardoned in Spain, exhibits until March 18 at El Corte Inglés Pintor Sorolla a collection of works under the title "I am not ephemeral"

  • The Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe, who last December became the painter of the first graffiti pardoned in Spain, exhibits in El Corte Inglés Pintor Sorolla in Valencia a collection of works under the title 'I am not ephemeral', in reference

  • The exhibition can be visited until March 18 at the Exhibition Space of El Corte Inglés Pintor Sorolla (6th floor)

  • The Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe, who last December became the painter of the first graffiti pardoned in Spain, exhibits in El Corte Inglés Pintor Sorolla in Valencia a collection of works under the title 'I am not ephemeral', in reference

  • The protagonist of the first graffiti pardoned in Spain shows his works at the Exhibition Space of El Corte Inglés Pintor Sorolla | A reflection on how fleeting urban art can be

  • In this exhibition I want to reflect on the ephemerality of urban art after the pardon of my Bowie graffiti, the first in Spain.

  • The Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe, who last December became the painter of the first graffiti pardoned in Spain, has been invited again by El Corte Inglés to present his new exhibition "I am not ephemeral"

  • The exhibition "I am not ephemeral" can be visited from February 9 to March 18 on the sixth floor of El Corte Inglés Pintor Sorolla

  • With this title "I am not ephemeral" Jesús Arrúe refers to the importance of art in our lives and in history. Good art should not be ephemeral, but permanent

  • The Valencian artist has entered the history of Spanish art as the author of the first graphite pardoned in Spain and Europe

  • The case is being studied through a teaching collaboration from the Master of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage of the Universitat Politècnica de València

  • The first graffiti pardoned in Spain is a painting of David Bowie that went viral Madonna herself and has been moved to the Carme Center in Valencia

  • Comunidad Valenciana News: David Bowie mural in Valencia. Extracted and moved to the Centre del Carme (min. 18:52 a 19:17)

  • The urban artwork, a portrait of David Bowie, has been saved from demolition after the mobilization of its author and can be visited at the Centre del Carme

  • The work of Jesús Arrúe arrives at the cloister of the Centre del Carmen after more than three hours of work to avoid damage on its journey from Beneficencia Street in Valencia where the artist painted it

  • Artist Jesús Arrúe will today lead the removal work of the work he painted in the summer of 2019 on the wall of an abandoned building next to his studio. It will be exhibited at the Centre del Carmen

  • David Bowie's graffiti in Valencia's Carmen neighborhood, pardoned and moved to a cultural center

  • Discover the video of the process of extraction and transfer to the Centro Cultural del Carmen of the first graffiti pardoned in Spain, the work of Jesús Arrúe

  • The work of Jesús Arrúe, which has become a symbol of Valencian urban art, will be exhibited for a year at the Centro Cultural del Carmen

  • The portrait of David Bowie by the artist Jesús Arrúe, which has been extracted from a wall in the city, will be exhibited for a year in this Valencian cultural center

  • The urban art piece, by the Valencian Jesús Arrúe, has been removed from the building it was in and will be exhibited for a year at the Centro del Carmen Cultura Contemporánea de Valencia

  • It is "the first graffiti pardoned in Spain", the work of Jesús Arrúe, which until a few days ago was on the wall of a building in Beneficencia street in Valencia

  • David Bowie's graffiti moves to the Carme Museum, which will now feature this piece of urban art

  • A work of art has been 'saved' in Valencia by demolishing the building on which it was built. It is a work by Jesús Arrúe that had represented David Bowie. The work is currently in the 'Museo Center del Carmen'

  • The portrait will remain on display in this cultural center for a period of approximately one yearas reported by the Consortium of Museums of the Valencian Community

  • The painting, made by the artist Jesús Arrúe, had become one of the most mediatic and representative works of Valencian urban art

  • The Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània (CCCC) of Valencia has welcomed David Bowie, whose image transformed into an icon of urban art will be housed from Monday in the Gothic cloister of the museum

  • The work, which pays tribute to the singer, has become the first graffiti to be pardoned in Spain

  • Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe is the author of the first graffiti pardoned in Spain, a mural with the face of David Bowie that he illustrated in 2019 and that has managed to save from the demolition of the house where

  • Bowie's graffiti was one of the best known works of the Valencian figurative and expressionist artist, as it was also included in one of the tourist routes through the urban art of the city

  • The Centre del Carme Museum (CCCC) in Valencia received this morning the first "forgiven graffiti" in Spain, a portrait of David Bowie by the artist Jesús Arrúe

  • After the mobilization of the artist through social networks, the work of urban art has been saved from demolition and can be visited at the Centre del Carme

  • The portrait of David Bowie by artist Jesús Arrúe is now on display at the Centre del Carme Museum (CCCC) in Valencia

  • The Centre del Carme exhibits from this Monday the 'David Bowie' by Jesús Arrúe

  • The Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània (CCCC) has "welcomed" David Bowie, who will "stay" from Monday in the Gothic cloister of the museum

  • The graffiti is the protagonist of an unusual move from the farm where it was painted to the museum, where it will remain for a year

  • A work of art has been ‘saved’ in Valencia when the building it was made on was demolished

  • The graffiti is the protagonist of an unusual transfer from the Valencian farm where it was painted to a museum, where it will remain for a year

  • The graffiti will remain on display at the Centre Cultural del Carme for a year while a definitive destination is found for it

  • The graffiti made by Jesús Arrúe and dedicated to David Bowie has already arrived at the Centre del Carme

  • The graffiti is the protagonist of an unusual transfer from the Valencian farm where it was painted to a museum, where it will remain for a year

  • The graffiti is the protagonist of an unusual transfer from the Valencian farm where it was painted to a museum, where it will remain for a year

  • Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe is the author of the first graffiti pardoned in Spain, a mural with the face of David Bowie that he illustrated in 2019 and that has managed to save from the demolition of the house where

  • The work, which reached international prominence when the singer Madonna echoed it and commissioned Arrúe to paint it, was in the same danger as any other work expressed on a wall

  • The graffiti is the protagonist of an unusual transfer from the Valencian farm where it was painted to a museum, where it will remain for a year

  • The graffiti of David Bowie was painted between May and June 2019, next to the former painting studio of its author, Jesús Arrúe, on Beneficencia street in València, in the old part of the city

  • The spokesman of Cs mediated between the City Council and the artist to save the work of art

  • Jesús Arrúe is the author of the first and only graffiti in Spain that has managed to be saved from the demolition of the house where in 2019 he had drawn a mural with the face of David Bowie

  • After the mobilization of Jesús Arrúe in social networks, the urban artwork has been saved from demolition and can be visited at the Centro del Carmen

  • Arrúe, who already rose to fame a few years ago when the singer Madonna bought a portrait of him after seeing it on Instagram, has now managed to save his graffiti dedicated to David Bowie, cutting the wall on which

  • Jesús Arrúe's work was going to be demolished, as was the building in which it was located. But a meticulous work carried out with a radial has made it become the first graffiti 'pardoned' in Spain. Once again, David Bowie

  • This is a street artwork painted by artist Jesús Arrué in honor of David Bowie and the music of the 80s

  • The street work in honor of David Bowie moves to the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea del Carmen museum, in Valencia

  • The graffiti by artist Jesús Arrúe, which is on a downtown building, has been saved from disappearing and will be exhibited at the Centro del Carmen

  • TVE1 Weekend News: A museum for the graffiti pardoned in Valencia (min. 42:42 to 44:30)

  • The graffiti has been saved after a "long and intense" management so that it can be moved to the Centre Cultural del Carme in Valencia where it will be exhibited for a year

  • The graffiti will be moved in a complicated process, "not easy at all", to the Centre Cultural del Carme

  • The Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe, is the author of the first and only graffiti pardoned in Spain

  • The Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe, is the author of the first and only graffiti pardoned in Spain that has managed to save the demolition of the house in the center of Valencia

  • Images of the interview with the Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe, author of the first and only graffiti in Spain that has managed to be pardoned before the demolition of the house

  • The work of the Valencian artist Jesús Arrúe has been saved from the demolition of the house where it was painted and will be moved to the Centre Cultural del Carmen

  • It will be moved in a complicated process to the Centre Cultural del Carme

  • First and only graffiti pardoned in Spain to be saved from demolition

  • It will be moved in a complicated process to the Centre Cultural del Carme

  • First and only graffiti pardoned in Spain to be saved from demolition

  • A graffiti that, in a short time, became the most visited and photographed graffiti in Valencia

  • A David Bowie painting that virilized Madonna herself

  • A work by the artist Jesús Arrúe in Beneficencia Street in Valencia, at the beginning of the pandemic

  • Valencia pardons a David Bowie graffiti, the first to receive this treatment in the streets of Spain. Jesús Arrue's work is located on a brick wall in Beneficència street

  • Interview by Carles Mesa to Jesús Arrúe, who has entered the history of Spanish art because his graffiti about David Bowie has been pardoned and will be exhibited at the Centro Cultural del Carmen in Valencia (min. -26:05 a -15:10)

  • The work that allowed its artist to interest Madonna will soon be transferred to the Centro Cultural del Carmen to be exhibited.

  • The graffiti dedicated to David Bowie by the Valencian artist Jesús Arrué is going to be the first work of urban art of this type to be pardoned in Spain.

  • The urban artwork will be removed by cutting the wall on which it was painted and will be taken to the Centre del Carme for at least a year

  • The graffiti dedicated to David Bowie, made years ago by the artist Jesús Arrúe, will become the first urban painting pardoned from the streets of Spain

  • David Bowie's graffiti is pardoned in Valencia

  • Jesús Arrúe's "Bowie" in Valencia will be the first "pardoned" graffiti in Spain

  • The new space for the work will be the Centro Cultural del Carmen in what used to be a former dungeon and its gothic courtyard

  • The graffiti dedicated to David Bowie will become the first urban painting pardoned from the streets of Spain, after the agreement reached with the City Council of Valencia and the construction of the building on Beneficència Street, which will lead

  • Jesús Arrúe, will enter the history of Spanish art as the painter of the first graffiti pardoned and will be exhibited at the Centro Cultural del Carmen, one of the most important museums in the city of Valencia.

  • Jesús Arrúe's urban artwork will be removed by cutting the wall on which it was painted and will be taken to the Centre del Carme for at least one year

  • The graffiti, painted in 2019, achieved worldwide fame after singer Madonna complimented the graffiti

  • The graffiti dedicated to David Bowie, made years ago by the artist Jesús Arrúe, will become the first urban painting pardoned from the streets of Spain

  • The urban artwork will be removed by cutting the wall on which it was painted and will be taken to the Centre del Carme for at least one year

  • The Centro Cultural del Carmen will keep for a while the graffiti dedicated to David Bowie that exists in Beneficencia Street.

  • Madonna bought her image depicted by the Spanish painter Jesús Arrúe called MadammeX

  • The Bowie mural, the work of Jesús Arrúe, is one of the most representative examples of urban art in the city.

  • The artist Jesús Arrué, after becoming popular with works sold to Madonna or his painting about Putin, has returned to the limelight thanks to his graffiti of David Bowie

  • Jesús Arrúe, the artist of the first graffiti pardoned in Valencia: "I was very lucky and I sold the painting to Madonna".

  • David Bowie's mural will be "saved"

  • A Bowie mural in the historic center of Valencia will be saved from the pickaxe

  • David Bowie mural in Valencia's historic center 'cut out' to save it from demolition

  • David Bowie's mural in El Carmen is pardoned thanks to networks

  • David Bowie's graffiti is to be preserved

  • Ciudadanos proposes that the city council facilitate the conservation of Bowie's mural

  • Urban artist Arrúe has started a campaign to save his work before a possible demolition of the building where it is located.

  • Mobilization to "forgive" Bowie mural in the Carmen neighborhood

  • Mobilization to "forgive" Bowie mural in the Carmen neighborhood

  • Valencian artist mobilizes his followers to prevent one of his murals from being torn down

  • Mobilizes supporters to "pardon" David Bowie's mural at the Carmen in Valencia

  • Urban artist may be penalized by authorities for his portrait of Bowie

  • David Bowie's mural will not disappear from El Carmen

  • Mobilization to "pardon" David Bowie's mural in El Carmen

  • Jesús Arrúe is interviewed by Quique Peña in the program "Aquí estamos", in 8 Mediterráneo.

  • Exhibition "Resilience" at Cuatro Gallery (Valencia), with the participation of Jesús Arrúe.

  • Jesús Arrúe participates in the collective exhibition of Galería Cuatro: "Resilience"

  • Jesús Arrúe, one of the best known Valencian painters

  • Jesús Arrúe in "Entre amigos con Samantha" (part II)

  • Jesús Arrúe in "Entre amigos con Samantha".

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  • Jesús Arrúe in A buenas horas "The weapon we artists have is the paintbrush"

  • Jesús Arrúe - Carlos del Amor - El culturódromo

  • "Eclectancia" by the Valencian Jesús Arrúe is presented in El Corte Inglés Colón

  • Madonna uses a painting by Spanish artist Jesús Arrúe to criticize Russian president

  • Madonna criticizes Putin with a work by Valencian painter Jesús Arrúe

  • Madonna uses the vindictive work of a Spanish painter to show her rejection of Putin: "End fascism"

  • Jesús Arrúe, the Spanish painter that Madonna has used against Putin: "My weapons are my brushes"

  • The Spanish painting with which Madonna compares Putin to Hitler

  • Madonna shares a work by Jesús Arrúe

  • The cultural bill of invasion

  • Madonna compares Putin to Hitler: this painting inspired her

  • Madonna uses the vindictive work of a Spanish painter to show her rejection of Putin: "End fascism"

  • Madonna compares Putin to Hitler

  • Madonna uses a Valencian painting to compare Putin to Hitler

  • Madonna uses Spanish artist's work to compare Putin to Hitler

  • Madonna compares Putin to Hitler

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  • Madonna compares Vladimir Putin with Hitler

  • Madonna compares Putin to Hitler and Margaret Atwood condemns Ukraine invasion

  • Madonna: Singer compares Putin to Hitler on social networks

  • Madonna compares Vladimir Putin with Hitler

  • On the occasion of the retirement of nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi, the Valencian artist and painter Jesús Arrúe, wanted to pay tribute to him, as he knows best, by painting a unique work of art

  • Singer Madonna buys a portrait of herself, 'Madamme X', by Valencian painter Jesús Arrué

  • The kid from the neighborhood chinese painting to Madonna