Museum of Graffiti
Time Out says
When street artists began leaving their mark on walls and subways half a century ago, the most notoriety they could hope for was a long arrest record. The Museum of Graffiti tracks the history of tagging, from its genesis in 1970s New York to its ascendance as a respected global art form. Dreamed up by Alan Ket, an artist who has spent 25 years as a graffiti historian, and Miami attorney Allison Freidin, the institution features a permanent collection of iconic taggers’ indelible work.
299 NW 25th St
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