A piece of the "Vandal Portrait of the artist MissMe & # 39; & # 39 Montreal found at; this photo award & # 39; recently.
MONTREAL – The street artist & # 39; Montreal MissMe sold one by its work, self-portrait of its series "Portrait of Vandal" for Madonna.
The singer posted briefly on the history & # 39; her Instagram this week's high canvas photo & # 39; six feet, showing the artist at Balaklava its trademark Mickey Mouse-eared, lifting her shirt to expose her naked body.
MissMe, wearing a mask to keep anonymity, is described on its website as "activist, feminist, and one of the artists most recognized forums in North America & # 39; America."
Her work, which appeared on buildings around the world, exploring "his own struggles with & # 39; race, gender, and class society while bringing the icons of the past".
Madonna first noticed the art of & # 39; road MissMe of & # 39; Lisbon in 2017. When divided photo piece & # 39; Lisbon on social media, began a relationship with & # 39; the artist.
MissMe, originally from Switzerland but lived in & # 39; Montreal for 18 years, heard that she and Madonna were going to be in Morocco at the same time for summer photos passed and the singer wanted sit & # 39; it.
"She came to me – I was wearing my mask of course – and she was like," I am a big fan, but you already know this already ", said the artist in & # 39; interview." I was like 'Wow!' "
Madonna asked about making a purchase. "As soon as I have one, bgħatttha", she said. "She was, like," All the right, I love it. Irridha. "& # 39;
She described her persona on canvas sold to Madonna as "angry woman, b & # 39; any way, you & # 39; say, it is quite beautiful and violent. The My series is raw, emotionally and visually. "
MissMe travels & # 39; often, finds inspiration in & # 39; new urban environments. The audio-described "artful vandalism" rarely remains & # 39; more than a few consecutive months in the same city, but considers her home to Montreal.