Street art might not last as long as Rome’s famous art masterpieces but, as the most significant global art movement of our time, the legacy…
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Even without street art, Garbatella would remain one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods of Rome.
Raised in southern Italy, Greg Jager was active on and under the streets of Rome at the turn of the millennium. After being part of the second generation of graffiti artists in Rome, he began spraying abstract, conceptual pieces in public spaces (and, more recently, in his studio), investigating the close relationship between art and architecture.