17 Oct Life Is Beautiful 2018 Refreshed Downtown’s Gallery Of Street Art With Bold New Work
Every year since its 2013 debut, the Life Is Beautiful festival has left behind the gift of murals—vibrant, opinionated street art, painted by a true murderers’ row of international talents on the walls of our city core. This year is no exception, so if you missed the festival, you should treat yourself to an autumn stroll through the Fremont East corridor’s newly-updated urban gallery.
The first thing you’ll notice is that it’s getting crowded. There are six festivals’ worth of murals on the streets around Fremont, and it’s up to curator Charlotte Dutoit—of Justkids, a producer of large-scale art installations from Miami to Berlin—to decide which murals stay and which ones get painted over. Read the full article