The Murs Lliures-Wallspot project started five years ago with the aim of promoting quality urban art, open to all types of creators and artistic disciplines, and with a philosophy that appeals to the active participation by anyone who wants to join in. To celebrate its anniversary, the project puts on an exhibition that reviews these last five years of history through the testimony of artists, photographers, curators and experts in public spaces who build the story of the past, present and future of this initiative with its roots in Barcelona and now looking toward international horizons, as founder and director Marc Garcia explains. View works by artists who have painted the Wallspot walls in Barcelona over the last five years, including experienced urban artists such as Pez, Xupet Negro, Txemy and Marina Capdevila, together with Camil Escruela, Ibie, Mateu Targa, Miquel Wert, Reskate and Sandro Bedini. Anna Dimitrova, curator and director of Montana Gallery, and Míriam Alarcón, curator and project director of Rebobinart, are responsible for selecting the participating artists. The exhibition also features photographs by Fer Alcalá, Senyor Erre, Lluís Olivé, Rockaxson and Joan Piñol.