An interactive street art map with 190 works of art throughout the neighborhoods of Jerusalem.
A perfect tool for a street art tour
Amsterdam is a very "convenient" city for tourists, as most of the interesting sites in it are within walking distance of each other, or a short drive by public transport. Amsterdam's magnificent water canals, unique squares and streets, the city's young atmosphere
Street artist’s and pop artists at the MOCO Museum in the Museum Square in Amsterdam. The MOCO Museum is an independent museum with a wide collection of modern and inspiring street art. The museum presents a relatively permanent list of proven artists with a unique vision
From the 1920s to the 1980s, the NDSM wharf in Amsterdam was one of the largest shipyards in the world, regularly launching huge tankers from its wharves. Once this activity ceased, the spacious location and impressive scenery it creates, became a "home port" for music, art and other cultural events
Bijlmer and Bullewijk are two close neighborhoods in southeastern Amsterdam and Zuidoost. These are two green and open neighborhoods. A kind of community integration in the atmosphere of a large urban park, combined with urban construction with hundreds of apartments in each block
The museum strives to share the passion for street art and radical art movements with the public, and displays some of the biggest names in the field of street art alongside young talent from around the world – the list of artists in the exhibition can be found later in the post
In May 2019, the Amsterdam Street Art Foundation organized a street art festival called "If Walls Could Speak". During the project, 10 huge and spectacular murals were created along housing blocks in East Amsterdam