Once a rundown neighborhood full of old warehouses, Wynwood in Miami is a popular open-air museum displaying street art by artists from around the world. In Wynwood you will find no less than 200 murals spread over fifty blocks.
Also worth a visit is Wynwood Walls, which is free to visit an outdoor art gallery with over 35 artworks from top artists.
The alleys in Melbourne’s central business district are filled with colorful murals. You’ll also find an outdoor art gallery here.
Extra special: On Hosier Lane, you can discover art made by famous American artist Keith Haring when he visited Australia in 1984.
Berlin is one of the best cities to visit if you can’t get enough of street art, but don’t want to go too far. It is no coincidence that the city was once declared a City of Design by UNESCO.
The East Side Gallery, a remnant of the Berlin Wall, is now an official landmark and showcases the work of hundreds of international artists whose work aims to commemorate the city’s history and celebrate freedom.
New York, VS
Street art is everywhere in New York: On Staten Island you’ll find a total of about 40 murals along the North Coast and street art fans can also enjoy themselves in Brooklyn, where Bushwick Collective organizes an annual outdoor fair and street party showcasing artists from all over the scientist. It attracts the whole world.
There is also plenty to see in Manhattan, Harlem and Washington Heights, where the Audubon Mural Project does its best to promote street art. In Astoria and Queens, the Welling Court Mural Project beautifies and inspires the environment, and in the Bronx you can see many murals honoring hip-hop culture.
In Valparaíso, street art flourished after Chile became a democracy in 1990 after years of dictatorship. The additional nice thing is that the local government supports and encourages public street art. In Valparaíso, walking tours along the most beautiful street paintings are very popular.
Public street art in Singapore has been hot since the government commissioned about 50 murals in 2015. Since then, you can find them just about everywhere thanks to the Public Arts Trust: in Chinatown, Little India and Haji Lane.
Mississippi (Hattriesburg), VS
Hattiesburg is home to more than 40 public art facilities, including murals and sculpture.
Thanks to the Hattiesburg Alliance for Public Art, you can enjoy Mississippi artworks that provide food for thought. Here you will find artwork with themes such as women’s suffrage, nature conservation, and civil rights.
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