Graffiti, Street Art, Urban Art… artists expressing themselves on the streets of the cities
Very well known for its history and culture the Spanish city of Seville hosts a surprise for contemporary art lovers, one of the biggest wall murals museum in Europe. Naming it Graffiti, Street Art and Urban Art it is just recently that some courageous city councils have leaded the adventure of promoting this contemporary art featured directly on the city walls.
Seville’s open air Street Art museum showcases the work of 35 international artists who participated in the Art For All Project. The project aimed to highlight and disseminate the UN Millennium Development Goals throughout the works of recognized urban artists.
Famed Urban artists such as Lalo (Spain), Victor Ash (Portugal), Stephan Krasnov and Tseluyko Andrey (Russia), Interesni Kazki (AEC &Waone, Ukraine), Carin Stein (Holland), Eva Mena (Spain), Francisco Munguia (Costa Rica), Wang Lu (China), Nena Sanchez (Curacao), Josh Sarantitis (USA) and Verónica Werckmeister (Spain) among others.
More than 40 amazing and meaningful graffitis and wall murals created by these artists from all over the world decorates streets and squares of the neighborhood called San Pablo. All they have left their artworks in the Spanish city of Seville for everyone to enjoy them, visitors, tourists and neighbours.
Art For All took place in 2010 and was organized by Indigo Incoming & Incentives and Diávolo Producción.
More Information: Art For All Seville.