Moncho 1929, ‘The Slow March’, 2017, Wallspace

About Moncho 1929

Dan Montevaro’s work can be seen in the galleries and streets of New York and Los Angeles. His work under his other ‘street’ name Moncho1929 is reflective of sociopolitical issues and animal-inspired art with a strong commentary on survival, preservation, police brutality and the trappings of fame. He studied fine art at Buffalo University in New York and was an apprentice sculptor at St. John the Divine Cathedral in New York City. Originally from New York, Monteavaro has shown his work both nationally and internationally. His murals are
archived with the Los Angeles Mural Conservancy and the Google Street Art Project.

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