CHILE: Streetart Santiago – Barrio Lastarria – GAM Complex – Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral

The UNCTAD III complex, including the 23 story tower, was built to host the UN conference on trade and development, held in April 1972 in Santiago, Chile. Once the conference was over, the architectural complex was used, as it was originally conceived, as a cultural center open to the people and called “Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral” or in short GAM. Around the building complex are great urban artworks, check out the gallery!

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CHILE: Streetart Santiago -San Miguel – Museo a Cielo Abierto – Open Sky Museum – Murales Gallery

The great mural project MUSEO A CIELO ABIERTO in San Miguel, a suburb city in the Santiago greater province Región Metropolitana, was born in March 2009. Today this open sky museum project has become the largest collective expression of streetart in Chile with meanwhile 64 fantastic huge artworks on more than 6000 m² in one neighborhood. During the years numerous national and international artists contributed and intermingled their techniques of muralism and graffiti on high scale building walls with amazing creations.

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