The work of Mohamed L’Ghacham is loaded with delicacy, influenced undoubtedly by Impressionism. Between classical painting and contemporary photography, Mohamed’s style is characterized by a realism that clearly distinguishes him from other street artists of his generation. Originally from Morocco, this young and talented Barcelona-based painter combines his love for classical painting and his interest in street art in a subtle mix of genres, where figurative and impressionist styles meet urban art techniques and audience. In L’Ghacham’s work, memories seem to have a special place. Oiter, L’Ghacham’s street name, enjoys creating scenes from everyday life, because he believes in the idea of capturing scenes he and his audience can identify with.