Alibi Gallery and McCaig-Welles are pleased to present “Walls & Streets”, a mixed media group exhibition opening on Friday, October 12th from 19.00-23.00 at Alibi Gallery in Athens, Greece.

New York City, the birthplace of the graffiti movement in the 1970’s, saw the rise of legends such as Tats Cru, Lady Pink, Crash, Daze, and a host of others that became known as kings and queens of the graffiti world.  Athens, often characterized as the “European capital of Street Art” became the ideal host for “Walls & Streets”, an international collaboration between Athens’ own Alibi Gallery and New York curator, Melissa McCaig-Welles.



“Walls & Streets” integrates the works of renowned artists from New York City and Athens, creating a  dialogue between these two distinct and diverse cultures touching on an array of unique styles, techniques, studies and philosophies. The exhibition explores street art as a universal language that exists without borders, despite the different characteristics and the uniqueness of each culture. While conveying messages of dreams, fears, hopes and wishes, street art paves the way for genuine public diplomacy and expression, as it becomes a collective influencer and a facet for change around the world.



Shephard Fairey , Obey founder , is among the artists representing the New York side and Blue Distribution Greece is inviting you on an exclusive event next Wednesday , October 12 at 18:30 , presented by Mellisa Mc Caig Welles . Melissa McCaig-Welles is an independent curator and founder of McCaig-Welles Gallery. She focuses on mid-career, cutting edge artists that have emerged from the urban aesthetics that figured prominently in cities around the U.S. leading up to the millennium. She is currently focusing on international street art in exhibitions she curates around the world.


📆  Wednesday, October 17

⌚ Doors open at 18.30

📍 Alibi Gallery

🔸 Facebook Event : Walls and Streets – NYC Meets Athens

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