Leaving aside the politics of whether to call it street art or graffiti, 2014 was a great year for Rome’s alternative art scene. And given the recent activities along Via Ostiense, 2015 should be even better. 🙂
Both Italian and international street artists have made the Eternal City their latest canvas for cultural and self-expression, and many of the city’s more residential neighborhoods.
In the recent years, websites that represent the street artist community, such as Street Art Roma, Street Art News, and 999 Contemporary Street Art, have emerged and are growing in popularity, giving new understanding to the art form by creating educational dialogue.
Where to Find Them
(Watch video to see street artist Etam Cru creating in Rome)
-Article & Slideshow Photographs by Diedré Blake
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