São Paulo opens the largest open-air street art museum

São Paulo opens the largest open-air street art museum

Those who pass through the Pinheiros neighborhood, west of São Paulo, are faced with colors and shapes that give a new face to the region. It is the 1st edition of the NaLata International Festival of Urban Art, which delivered on Thursday 12 works to compose the largest open-air graffiti museum in the country.

From Largo da Batata to Parque do Povo, passing through Avenida Brigadeiro Faria Lima, the works form a series of interventions in gables of buildings – the side without windows – in the region. From the street, graffiti and murals can be enjoyed freely, giving a new creative expression to the urban landscape.
Among the authors are well-known names in street art. From Brazilians, we have Alex Senna, Enivo, Evol, Marcelo Eco, Mari Mats, Mateus Bailon, Pri Barbosa and Rafael Sliks. International guests are Gleo, a Colombian muralist, and Mexican Paola Delfín, also a muralist.

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