TWS Broadcast: Episode 01: Alvaro Naddeo.
Finding beauty in decay.

For the first episode of out podcast, we spoke with the Brazilian born and Los Ángeles based artist, Alvaro Naddeo.  Social inequality, overconsumption, life in the city, pop culture and his own memories inform his highly detailed watercolor paintings that depict how beautiful urban decay can be.

We asked Alvaro about his work and his life and we found a super rich story behind his amazing art.

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Alvaro Naddeo at his studio in Los Angeles, California, 2020
Alvaro Naddeo, “AmeriCan’t”, 2018
Watercolor on paper. 20″ x 22″ inches
Alvaro Naddeo, “First-Class Mail”, 2018
Watercolor on paper. 61 x 71 cm
Alvaro Naddeo, Checkered”. 2019
Watercolor on paper. 7″ x 7″ inches
Alvaro Naddeo, “The Flat”, 2019
Watercolor on paper. 40 x 55 cm
Alvaro Naddeo, “Gambiarra”, 2017
Watercolor on paper. 12″ x 24″ inches

Alvaro Naddeo, “Lower East Dog”, 2018
Watercolor on paper. 12″ x 12″ inches
Alvaro Naddeo, “One of a Kind”, 2017
Watercolor on paper. 16″ x 18″ inches
Alvaro Naddeo, “Yes, Please”, 2018
Watercolor on paper. 12″ x 24″ inches
Alvaro Naddeo, “First-Class Mail”, 2018
Watercolor on paper. 61 x 71 cm
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