Roma Wasn’t Built in a Day
Roma Wasn’t Built in a Day tells the fascinating story of how this collective of visionary artists and curators worked together to revolutionize street art in Rome and “experience first-hand the infinite passion that resides in the movement.”
“…a process of irreversible change in street art has begun.” Francesco Dobrovich, writing in the introduction, describes how before 2010 no artist had worked on a building in the city centre legally. The Outdoor Urban Art Festival exhibits these captivating art installations with the aim of promoting the revival of neglected urban spaces in the city. This book beautifully documents five years of the festival and its work.