Giant frescoes have recently appeared in Rome's Tor Marancia district. Twenty two street art artists from ten countries were commissioned to spruce up the district. It’s turning this rather neglected neighborhood into a popular open-air gallery.
Experts already believed the mysterious British street artist was the author of a new trail of graffiti in Paris. Banksy has confirmed that was the case by posting the works on Instagram.
A giant frieze depicting the history of Rome on the walls lining the River Tiber has been damaged by graffiti writers, to the dismay of its creator, William Kentridge.
Renowned South African street art performer Robin Rhode employs his black-and-white paintings to lay down the marker against racial segregation.
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