Street art tour
Piazza Antonio Scaravilli: meeting point
Between via Zamboni and Piazza Scaravilli you can admire the mural of Luis Gutierrez. Realized in 1988,”500 years since the Conquest” is a true icon of Bologna sreet art.
Via Zamboni and Piazza Verdi
At the centre of the university area, the walls of Via Zamboni and Piazza Verdi have always been the expression of the political and social struggles of the city, in a costant dialogue between past and present.
Vicolo del Guasto
Vicolo del Guasto is a real open-air gallery with works by different street artists (among others Ex voto fecit and Yuri Romagnoli) called by the association Serendippo for the “Fuori Servizio” project.
Via Capo di Lucca
A very important piece (only partially deleted) realized in 2009 by Ericailcane, Dem and Will Barras for the Bartleby collective, it offers us the opportunity to talk about erasing and protests in the street art world.
Vicolo de' Facchini
This little street hides amazing works, from the famous “octopus” by Sharko passing through Bibbitò, Kappa, James Boy, Brina, Gruppo Arturo, Opiemme, Distruggi la Loggia, Arianna Vauro, Amalia Mora, Snem.
Ex caserma Masini
On the walls of the building occupied by Làbas (and cleared in 2017 by the police) we can see works from artists coming from all over the world, including the famous Nemo’s.
san donato district
This 2-hour trip to the district of San Donato will give you a general idea of Writing and Street Art in Bologna, but it will also allow you to understand the history of the city and its evolution in the last years.