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
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The Museum of Graffiti is proud to present Biscayne World, an exhibition by Miami icon Ahol Sniffs Glue (David Anasagasti), known for his sleepy eyes that he has painted all over the streets of Miami for several decades. The new work
Kel First aka KEL139 (born Randy Rodriguez) is a recognized graffiti-style master who began painting trains during the mid-1970s. His generation of style masters has left an indelible mark on writing history. Raised between Manhattan and the South Bronx, exposure to graffiti on the
While early graffiti received its notoriety from street tagging it was New York City's trains that proved to be the perfect canvas of choice for writers looking to see their names fly across the city. While the exterior graffiti dashed