You can help patients like María by purchasing a replica of this mural. All funds will be destined to the De Frente al Alzheimer Foundation.
by Jesús “Bubu” Negrón
Bubu Negrón captures María’s five main reasons to be alive, her children, represented by the five roses, which she also keeps as a tattoo on her ankle. Also present is the house she has lived in for most of her life and her favorite catchphrase “Life is beautiful”.
Donations will be destined to De Frente al Alzheimer to help patients and their families in their condition.
About Jesús “Bubu” Negrón
Jesús “Bubu” Negron’s work has been displayed in renowned galleries and institutions around the world, both individually and collectively. Some of his most notable collaborations include: Abubuya Km0 project in Bolivia; The Obscenity of the Jungle with Proyectos Ultravioleta for SWAB Barcelona in Spain (2013); Sharjah Biennial in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (2007); Whitney Biennial in New York (2006); the T1 Torino Trienale in Italy (2005); and Tropical Abstraction at the Steidelijk Bureau Museum in Amsterdam (2005).
His work has also been reviewed in major publications such as Flash Art, New York Times, Journal des Arts, LA Times, The Art Newspaper, Art Nexus and Frieze, among others.