“Concrete vs Concrete” is the name of the work which represents the sequence of a black and white shape that starts flying and changes itself into two birds, a heron and a seagull.
In 2014 Eron exhibited his works at the Italian Cultural Institute of New York and in Rome at the Contemporary Art Museum. He also took part into Biennale di Venezia together with the most important international street art writers. He is also the first artist who brought spray paint art inside the walls of a church: “Forever and ever…nei secoli dei secoli” is the name of his work that can be seen in the church of San Martino in Riparotta in the town of Rimini.
View “Concrete vs Concrete” time-lapse
The name (in local pronunciation Arcaton) comes from the Greek and Byzantine occupation dated back to the sixth century AD: "Archeion" is the name of a plant, the burr, which still grows spontaneously in some areas of the beach now occupied by the bathing establishments but which was once abundant on the desert shore of Riccione.