We have teamed up with the Wynwood Walls for an exciting new partnership that will exist all summer long. Starting May 1, 2021, Museum of Graffiti ticket holders will receive 50% off admission to the Wynwood Walls. In order to receive the discount guests must show proof of purchase at checkout. Be sure to ask our front desk personnel for more information. Come enjoy the neighborhood, stay a while, and immerse yourself in the world of graffiti and street art.
The Museum of Graffiti is deeply saddened by the passing of Jim Prigoff, an influential photographer of street and urban art. He was essential to bringing credibility to the graffiti art form that was once considered vandalism. Mr. Prigoff’s photographs were seen in museums like Smithsonian, MOCA in Los Angeles, and the Tate Gallery. Additionally, he co-authored a book, Spraycan Art, that covers the graffiti art movement throughout the world and it has sold over 250,000 copies. Mr. Prigoff was elected to New York’s Explorers Club, a multidisciplinary professional society, in 1967. In 2012, he was granted the Urban Legends’ Lifetime
The Museum of Graffiti and Clutter have announced the exclusive release of The Lady Pink Canbot, dropping on Friday, April 30th, 2021 at 12 PM. Scheduled to coincide with Lady Pink’s Graffiti HerStory show, currently on exhibit at the Museum, the Lady Pink Canbot is the first Canbot from Clutter’s East Coast Legends Series. “When curating the East Coast Legends series, we quickly realized that one of our newest retail partners, Museum of Graffiti, had an upcoming Lady Pink retrospective and knew we wanted to support Lady Pink and MOG with this first of its kind exclusive.” - Josh Kimberg, Partner, Clutter. Lady
Museum of Graffiti awarded grant as part of $1M gifted to FIU by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to help preserve oral history of local communities
We are happy to announce the Museum of Graffiti has been chosen as one of the organizations to receive a grant from Florida International University’s Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded $1M to FIU for a project to collect and preserve the stories of South Floridians. The project titled, Community Data Curation: Preserving, Creating, and Narrating Everyday Stories, entails community partnerships with eight South Florida archives, nonprofits, community centers, and museums in order to help digitize and preserve community stories. Student interns selected by the Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab and FIU libraries will record oral histories
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