Borders and boundaries are distinct entities. In the age of migration that we now live, these distinctions take on new importance. In season 2016, the Street Art Museum has presented the large-scale exhibition reflecting the world migration crisis. «At a time in which notions of purity are resurgent, in which ‘refugee’ and ‘crisis’ have become paired as if natural, this exhibition probes the edges which may be unstable but which are so too more flexible, more adaptable. It explores the inherent potentiality of the border, its diversity and multiplicity, its possibilities and powers», says Rafael Schacter, the curator.
Curator of the «Crossing Borders / Crossing Boundaries» exhibition — Rafael Schacter
Director of the Street Art Museum — Andrew Zaytsev
Artists — Alex Kurunis (UK) / Brad Downey (US) / Clemens Behr (DE) / Eltono (FR) / Filippo Minelli (IT) / Gaia (US) / Igor Ponosov (RU) / James Bridle (UK) / Jazoo Jang (KR) / Jonathan Hollingsworth (US) / Kirill Kto (RU) / Martha Athienza (NL) / Mata Ruda (US) Merijn Hos (NL) / Nano 4814 (ES) / Rob Pinney (UK) / Spy (ES) / Superproject (NL) / Tita Salina (ID) / Valerio Vincenzo (NL)