KURAR (born in 1983) - Child Sacrificed war, 2014 - Spray paint stencil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner - 150 x 100 cm - 59 ¹/₁₆ x 39 ³/₈ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Creation of need, 2021 - Spray paint stencil and oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 97 x 146 cm - 38 ³/₁₆ x 57 ³¹/₆₄ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Façade, 2024 - Spray paint stencil and oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 89 x 130 cm - 35 ³/₆₄ x 51 ³/₁₆ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Fragile earth Part II, 2020 - Spray paint stencil and acrylic on paper signed and dated in the lower right hand corner - 100 x 70 cm - 39 ³/₈ x 27 ⁹/₁₆ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Fragile Freedom, 2020 - Spray paint stencil and acrylic on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 146 x 97 cm - 57 ³¹/₆₄ x 38 ³/₁₆ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Lie to me, 2024 - Spray paint stencil and oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 1130 x 89 cm - 51 ³/₁₆ x 35 ³/₆₄ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Life’s Labyrinth 2, 2023 - Spray paint stencil and oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 130 x 81 cm - 51 ³/₁₆ x 31 ⁵⁷/₆₄ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Life’s Labyrinth 3, 2023 - Spray paint stencil and oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 130 x 81 cm - 51 ³/₁₆ x 31 ⁵⁷/₆₄ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - MauxMots, 2024 - Spray paint stencil and oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 80 x 80 cm - 31 ¹/₂ x 31 ¹/₂ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Mirage 5, 2023 - Spray paint stencil and oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 97 x 146 cm - 38 ³/₁₆ x 57 ³¹/₆₄ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Shootgun child, 2014 - Spray paint stencil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner - 100 x 100 cm - 39 ³/₈ x 39 ³/₈ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Surf on war, 2014 - Spray paint stencil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner - 100 x 100 cm - 39 ³/₈ x 39 ³/₈ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Urbanist game 5, 2023 - Spray paint stencil and oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 100 x 100 cm - 39 ³/₈ x 39 ³/₈ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Vestige 4, 2023 - Spray paint stencil and oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 100 x 100 cm - 39 ³/₈ x 39 ³/₈ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Water is better, 2016 - Spray paint stencil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner - 115 x 81 cm - 45 ⁹/₃₂ x 31 ⁵⁷/₆₄ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Window of hope, 2024 - Spray paint stencil and oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 80 x 80 cm - 31 ¹/₂ x 31 ¹/₂ in.

KURAR (born in 1983) - Words are weapons, 2020 - Spray paint stencil and acrylic on canvas signed and dated in the lower right hand corner, signed, dated and titled on the back - 97 x 146 cm - 38 ³/₁₆ x 57 ³¹/₆₄ in.


In celebrating a decade of fruitful collaboration, the partnership between KURAR and GCA flourishes through an exhibition of rare intensity, titled ⭐️ 10 ⭐️. This artistic retrospective offers a deep dive into Kurar’s creative journey, revealing the remarkable evolution of his style and vision over the past ten years.

The exhibited works, meticulously curated, provide a comprehensive overview of Kurar’s artistic production from 2014 to 2024. The stylistic transition is palpable, reflecting artistic maturation and a constant exploration of new techniques and mediums. While Kurar’s early works were marked by often bold and brutally direct compositions, viewers can now appreciate a more refined subtlety in the artist’s visual storytelling.

The evolution of Kurar’s “enfants terribles” is striking. The backgrounds, once flat and uniform, are now transformed by the rich nuances of oil paint, offering depth and texture that invite meditative contemplation. This transition to oil, far from diluting the impact of the works, adds an additional dimension to Kurar’s artistic expression, endowing his creations with an aura of mystery and sophistication.

A subtle atmosphere of melancholy permeates Kurar’s narrative, bearing witness to an increased sensitivity to the vicissitudes of the human condition. Social messages, once delivered with almost militant vigor, are now expressed through more poetic allegories and complex visual metaphors. This evolution towards a more nuanced and subtle social critique reflects Kurar’s deep reflection on contemporary issues, inviting the viewer to profound introspection and questioning of their own convictions.
Technically, Kurar remains true to his roots while exploring new horizons. The multi-layered stencils, emblematic of his style, remain an essential component of his creative process, but the artist is not afraid to experiment with other techniques, such as airbrushing or oil painting. This willingness to explore and innovate testifies to Kurar’s artistic vitality and his ability to reinvent himself without losing sight of his distinctive visual identity.

As visitors step into this vibrant and evolving artistic universe, they are invited on a captivating journey through the labyrinth of Kurar’s imagination. A sensory and intellectual experience that transcends the boundaries of traditional art, offering profound reflection on the human condition and the challenges of our time. Welcome to the enchanting and complex world of Kurar, where each work tells a story and each brushstroke reveals a hidden truth.