The areas of Garbatella and Ostiense present visitors to the Roman underground culture. Even without being an expert or expert in the field of art, local street art can hardly be underestimated.
Walking through the streets of Garbatella, you will see the works of modern street graffiti artists Blu (on Via del Porto Fluviale) and Borondo, “Wall of Fame” by Roman artist JB Rock (on Via dei Magazzini Generali), which is red a 60-meter-long wall on which he portrayed his idols (including Jimmy Hendrix, Barack Obama, Uma Thurman, Frida Kale, Yoko Ono) The Black and White power of the magnificent Lex and Stan (Lex & Sten) (on Via dei Magazzini Generali), illustrations by Agostino Iacurci (on Via Libetta) and many others.
Graffiti of the world famous Ozmo, Martina Merlini, Andreco, 2501, Tellas and Gaia found their place in the underpass under the railway bridge that connects the Cestius Pyramid (Piramide metro station) with Ostiense street, during the reconstruction carried out with the support of 999 Contemporary Gallery.
- We invite you to an excursion to the most secret area of Rome
As a rule, a visit to this part of the city is not included in the usual route of a sightseeing trip. But if you really want to understand the Eternal City and love it, street art Ostiense is an integral part of the soul of Rome.
So, do not waste time and be sure to go to where each wall has its own story.