Street Artcontemporary forms of expression
The explosion of Street Art in Rome has been sudden and evident, especially in the Ostiense district: from St. Paul to the Pyramid area where the great industrial structures were abandoned – from the general markets to the gasometris, from general stores to the electric plant –it is one of the area more frequented by the culture Roman underground today. The whole district is caracterize by works of important Italian and foreigner artists of Street Art. In 2010, in the Quadraro district, the artist David “Diavù” founded MURo, the Open Air Museum of Urban Art in Rome. The collection of works, mainly murales, belongs to the community and currently includes 20 works done by famous artists of contemporary art.
Duration: 4 hours