Street Art Museum Sankt-Peterburg, Russia

Street Art Museum is situated on the acting Laminated Plastics factory in the East of Saint Petersburg, Russia. The territory of the Museum is divided into two separate zones – permanent exposition on the factory territory and open public space – the venue for temporary exhibitions and large-scale events. There are more than 20 art works of modern street artists such as P183, Tima Radya, Kirill Kto, Nikita Nomerz, Escif and many others in the permanent collection of the museum. Significant amount of murals is situated inside working factory shops. Enterprise takes more than 11 hectares of the industrial zone. Approximately, this is 200 square meters of walls, which are given for street artists from the whole world.

Street Art Museum is situated on the acting Laminated Plastics factory in the East of Saint Petersburg. Unification of industrial post-soviet ethics, the nerve of real life and young street art is the main thesis of the project. Allocated on the acting factory far from historical center and the main arteries of the cultural life, the Museum has become an attractive spot for an active public during last two summer seasons since 2014.

The territory of the Museum is divided into two separate zones – permanent exposition on the factory territory and open public space – the venue for temporary exhibitions and large-scale events. The factory space hidden from public eye is where the permanent exposition of wall paintings or “murals” made by contemporary artists is.

Now it has more than 20 art works of modern street artists such as P183, Tima Radya, Kirill Kto, Nikita Nomerz, Escif and many others. Significant amount of murals is situated inside working factory shops. Enterprise takes more than 11 hectares of the industrial zone. Approximately, this is 200 square meters of walls, which are given for street artists from the whole world.