There is a lot a lot happening with Rome’s street art right now, and I love it.
A new installation, that officially opened a few weeks ago, is getting quite a bit of buzz:
If you walk down a central stretch of Rome’s river, Triumphs and Laments is impossible to miss.
The massive scale of the project by South African artist William Kentridge is incredible.
The scenes have been power washed onto the embankment walls and are designed to eventually fade with time.
I was sorry to be traveling during the opening events, but it looked spectacular from Alexandra’s photo.