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Current Exhibitions

Subway Art

Discover the pioneers of graffiti in the 80’s NYC subway. See the vintage R38 train waggons captured by Henry Chalfant.

A Walk Into Street Art

Explore a city gathering iconic walls of Banksy, JR, Obey, Keith Haring, Vhils, some trains from the NYC 80’s underground scene, and many other surprises.

Founding Myths

Five great myths of humanity: The Ramayana, The Iliad & Odyssey, Virgil’s Aeneid, Ovid’s Metamorphoses, and The Apocalypse.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Hidden Images

Men and women become landscape. Through the artist’s vision, they are enhanced with new meanings ranging from religion to power, from philosophy to sex.

The Spoils of War

Over 600,000 artworks were stolen by the Nazis during WW2. The greatest masters were victims of this artistic deportation.


Our goals : fun, beauty and accessibility



The Destiny of City Structures

Are new constructions destined to become “boring” and overtly “modern” structures within our cities?
Heydar Aliyev Center, 2007; Baku, Azerbaijan

A Short History of Museums

How did museums come to be? Nowadays they are a familiar part of the urban landscape, but it was not always the case...
Gustav Klimt, "Danaé", 1907 (Galerie Würthle, Vienne)

The Art of Love

Why should we celebrate love on February 14, and not just be grateful to Cupid every day? Because we’ve been brainwashed ever since the 14th century.

The Preraphaelites

Today, the mention of Pre-Raphaelite painting brings to mind images of languid women with opulent red or dark hair, reclining in vividly coloured floral environments – but how did it all come to be?
Sophie Calle, Musée de la Chasse exhibition image

Art in the Anthropocene

There are instances when artists engage in direct conversation with one another as if magnetically pulled by some omniscient, cosmic force.

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