Discover new street artworks and cities recently added to the Un-hidden Romania map.
This digital map indexes street art, urban art, mural art, paste-up, stencil or stickers and invites locals and tourists alike to explore cities through art in public spaces.
The Un-hidden Romania street art map contains over 392 works, presented as photos and information about the artists who created them. Explore street art in Brasov (20), Bucharest (197), Cluj (12), Iasi (53), Sibiu (39), Bacău, Constanța, Craiova, Medgidia, Petroșani, Piatra Neamț, Reșița (66) and the Republic of Moldova, Transnistria (5), where you can find lots of impressive works by local and international artists.
Among the artists active in the Romanian street art community and who increase the feeling of belonging to the cities, we mention Aeul, Barto, Bea Hopes, Frag.menta, Harcea Pacea, Homeboy LDJ, Iluc, Irina Mocanu, Irlo, Kaps Crew, Kero, Maria Bălan, Mser, Obie Platon, Ocu, Ortaku, Pisica Pătrată, Sweet Damage Crew (Biex, Boeme1, Cage, Lost.Optics, Pandele, Recis, Taci 41), Toybox, Wanda Hutira and many others.
Among the international artists who have visited us recently, we mention Sr Papa Chango (Mexico), Brothers of Light (Israel) and NSN997 (Italy). In addition, the map also contains artistic interventions that have been deleted or are inaccessible, which you can find in the layer entitled “gone”.
Access the Un-hidden Romania map – here
As part of the urban regeneration through arts programme, Un-hidden Romania, four new works were inaugurated this year by Alexa Lincu (mural painting) and Xandru (musical composition) at the Special Secondary School No 9, Andrei Felea at the MNAC Annex, and Italian artist Mister Thoms at Romexpo and Lente.
The programme will soon reveal dates for the next exhibition and the next guided street art tour in Bucharest.
The cultural programme is produced by Save or Cancel (Cristina Popa, Andrei Racovițan) through feeder.ro and co-financed by AFCN.
The programme does not necessarily represent the position of The Administration of the National Cultural Fund. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the application or the way the program results can be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.
Partners: Bucharest Metropolitan Library, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Romexpo, Special Secondary School no. 9, Bucharest Metropolitan Library, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, Lente, National Highschool of Arts Queen Mary, Artipic Association, Lagom Hotel
Media Partners: Igloo, Zeppelin, The Institute, IQads, Revista Atelierul, La pas prin Brașov, Litera 9, Romania Pozitivă, Book Hub, Teen Press, Revista Golan, Modernism, Agenția de Carte, Propagarta, Zile și Nopți
About Save or Cancel
Since 2009, Save or Cancel has been a medium for the communication and propagation of arts and culture, promoting and facilitating their role in contemporary society.
Save or Cancel’s self-initiated multidisciplinary programs aim to identify sustainable and adaptable opportunities to (re)enhance the existing through architectural, cultural and publishing projects.