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Museum of Graffiti

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  1. Museum of Graffiti
    Photograph: Courtesy Museum of Graffiti
  2. Museum of Graffiti
    Photograph: Courtesy Museum of Graffiti/Niels Shoe Meulman

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. 

Eric Barton
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“All Black Everything”

Museum of Graffiti presents its first exclusively African American graffiti exhibition. Opening on Friday, June 2 with a ticketed celebration and panel discussion, “All Black Everything” brings together multi-generational graffiti artists from the African diaspora, including Bama, Blade, Daze, Delta2, Dondi White, Esteme, Ewok, Kool Koor, Noc167, Quik (Lin Felton), Skeme, Sneke, VFR and Wane One alongside vintage sketchbooks and ephemera showcasing the early artistry of the influential and elusive Web One. A series of “Fighting Spirit Stories” highlighting black and brown artists will be held at the museum throughout the summer on the first Friday of each month as part of Modelo’s Summer Culture Series. Original graffiti paintings on canvas and works on paper from the past 40 years will also be available for purchase within the exhibit.  

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