Enzo Sarto

is an artist whose work appears on streets worldwide, including Montreal, New York, Tel Aviv and Barcelona. He is known for the range and variety of his work, from humorous stickers to large, often controversial, wheatpastes that voice political and philosophical content. His Idols and Future Now series of armed women and young girls, though initially shocking, provoke a variety of reactions. They open a dialogue on society’s perception of youth, violence, exploitation, the power of the feminine and the future cost of today's rampant inequality.