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‘Big City Rome’ Public Art Project by Street Artists

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by Promila Shastri last modified Mar 26, 2015

As if we need another reason to wish we were in Rome, this transformative mural by the Italian street artist Jerico may be added to the list. Part of a recent public art project known as Big City Rome, the mural is one of 20 in the city’s district of Tor — Continue reading …




 

 

brooklyn-street-art-jerico-big-city-life-rome-02-15-web-1As if we need another reason to wish we were in Rome, this transformative mural by the Italian street artist Jerico may be added to the list. Part of a recent public art project known as Big City Rome, the mural is one of 20 in the city’s district of Tor Marancia, a southern neighborhood of housing projects far from Rome’s epicenter. There, eleven builidngs were handed over to a group of 20 participating artists—hand picked by the non-profit gallery 999Contemporary—whose job it was to mark the buildings’ facades with their signature motifs, transforming Tor Marancia, perpetually on the sidelines of the city’s cultural hub, into a vibrant, if temporary, cauldron of creativity. brooklyn-street-art-jerico-big-city-life-rome-02-15-web-3brooklyn-street-art-jerico-big-city-life-rome-02-15-web-2Via Brooklyn Street Art

 


 

 

 
 
 

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