The New York Times “Spawned Pen Pals” By Edward Birzin Ph.D. Fifty years ago, The New York Times published a guest essay (before they had guest essays) that became a cornerstone of the graffiti movement. “Taki 183 Spawns Pen Pals” was the
We are beyond grateful to the various media outlets that have continued to help us spread the word about our Museum. We are proud to share with you recent links of pieces by journalists who have chosen to cover our
The Confidante Miami Beach recently announced the launch of Museum of Graffiti Beachside, a nine month rotating art residency featuring local graffiti artists with exhibits curated by the Wynwood-based museum. The public exhibition is on view now through February 15th,
Miami, July 7, 2021—The Museum of Graffiti is pleased to announce the opening of Escape From Los Angeles, a solo exhibition of new and recent works by SABER, the Los Angeles graffiti artist and activist. The exhibition opens on September
The Museum celebrated the opening of its new exhibition Ras Terms: Ancient Futurism on May 28, 2021 with a VIP party where the artist released his latest NFT on a screen inside the show. Guests may now bid on the
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
With the COVID-19 pandemic, many news outlets like Forbes urge visitors that bigger isn't always better! Click here to read about the recent coverage.