In Caceres (Extremadura, Spain), there exists a project that attempts to bring urban art closer to provincial towns by utilizing social criticism: Muro Crítico.

The interventions carried out, each in a different urban nucleus, address issues related to social problems ranging from ecology to historical memory.

28Prods summarizes the 2017 edition with this elaborate video in which each participant explains the significance of their artwork, interspersed with some of the workshops that were given. Censorship, labor rights, plastic contamination and domestic violence are a few of the themes that were touched upon in the works by artists like Daniel Muñoz, Digo Diego, BenTocha, Yes235 and Jaikü, just to name a few.

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