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Museum of Moscow Presents Most Up and Doing City Graffiti Artists
4.09.2014 19:54
Museum of Moscow Presents Most Up and Doing City Graffiti Artists

The Museum of Moscow has opened the Fragment exhibition with works by most active Moscow graffiti teams.

      The project aims at demonstrating the creativity of classical graffiti artists, who paint in the streets nearly every night. Millions of Muscovites see their works every day. The task is to show street art as such rather than particular works by street artists.

      The exhibition works will be created right in the street, unofficially, i.e. in the conditions customary for artists. The visitors of the Museum of Moscow will see those street works in canvasses, as well as photos of the process of their creation in the street. 

      The exhibition runs till September 14.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Installations Graphic Art  

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