The current shopping and entertainment center in Moscow will be turned into an art object

To take part in the non-profit art project invited celebrities from the world of street art.

Tristan Eaton and his work on the wall of the shopping center
Tristan Eaton and his work on the wall of the shopping center

The Atrium shopping center in Moscow will become a canvas for the implementation of the work of the world stars of street art and will turn, according to the idea of ​​the authors of the project, into one of the sights of the capital.

Art is my great passion, and to be able to invite my friends, pioneers of world street art, for a historical cultural event – is simply incredible! Art blurs the boundaries, allows you to see the world in different perspectives, and most importantly-it unites all people, from young to old.

Maximilian Cooper
co-founder of the project ARTRIUM

The project involved artists such as Tristan Eaton from the USA, WK Interact from France, Englishman D * Face and Russian citizen Pokras Lampas. The Russian artist will also act as curator of the project. He will paint the entrance group of the facade of the SEC.

Ok day 1 is always slow…but power moves happening today on day 2 with @rage_johnson at @atriummoscow #MOSCOW @Montanacans

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