Artist 2501 Debuts a Grip of New Work at MACRO in Rome

Artist 2501 Debuts a Grip of New Work at MACRO in RomeImage via Street Art News / Requested Credit

Street artist 2501 has been jet-setting of late, heading off to Brazil for a spate of projects. But first he stopped by the Museum of Contemporary Art Rome (aka MACRO) to add to the “Short Theatres” exhibition.

Last we heard from the Milanese artist, he was participating in the Living Walls Atlanta project. You can see his signature line there and in these new pieces for MACRO, which appear on Piazza Orazio Giustiniani (level 4 of the museum).

The “Short Theatres” exhibition is a series of temporary residencies at the museum, comprised of performances, artists, and companies from around the world. 

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[via Street Art News]

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