Museum of Graffiti Presents a Collection of Statement Art
The Museum of Graffiti breaks the stigma surrounding graffiti as an art form, turning it into a statement of contemporary elegance and artistic vision.
A breakdancer performs inside the museum. PHOTO COURTESY OF MUSEUM OF GRAFFITI
With a unique emphasis on educating and celebrating the evolution of graffiti as an art form, Wynwood’s Museum of Graffiti (museumofgraffiti.com) serves as a first-of-its-kind mecca to celebrate the craft. Prioritizing the involvement of the public, the indoor-outdoor venue is the perfect setting for the plethora of interactive exhibitions, shows, and classes offered by the exotic galleries. This December, the innovative museum celebrates its second anniversary with a PUMA takeover and special events for Miami Art Week. Opening December 1, the museum will spotlight French graffiti and tattoo artist FUZI with DEFACED, an exhibition of new works on canvas and historic works from his days as a train painter in Paris. The dynamic exhibit brings to FUZI’s tattoo style but this time realized on canvas. “Graffiti and its proliferation can become easily invisible to the average commuter,” says co-founder of the museum Alan Ket. While enjoying the immersive series of innovative exhibitions, snag a ticket online and expect an hour full of whimsical creativity while being guided through the museum. Open every day with photography encouraged, get ready to be enveloped by a sequence of groundbreakingly rare art forms. 299 NW 25th St., Miami, @museumofgraffiti