Eltono (Paris, 1975). Flâneur, a stubborn walker and chronic observer, for years Eltono has used public space as a support, study and source of inspiration. His sensitivity towards what happens around him and his knowledge of the nature of the street – its whims and its unpredictability – are his main tools when generating works.

Eltono has intervened on the streets of more than 90 cities and has shown his work in renowned museums and galleries such as the Tate Modern and Somerset House in London, the Miró Foundation in Barcelona or the Artium museum in Vitoria. For the last 12 years, his interest has focused on finding solutions to face the dilemma of exhibiting public art in private spaces.