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Graffiti Alley Cambridge
Photograph: Olivia Vanni

Time Out says

One of the few places throughout the Boston area where spray painting is legal, Modica Way (aka Graffiti Alley) is an ever-changing mural showcasing street artists from near and far. Located between Hilton’s Tent City and Brick and Mortar, this place connecting Starlight Square and Mass Ave has displayed a colorful, 80-foot stretch of artwork since 2007. Artist Geoff Hargadon and restaurateur Gary Strack (he owns Brick and Mortar) are behind this popular public gallery, which has become a canvas for both art and activism.


565-567 Massachusetts Ave
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