Public Art in Bogotá: How Graffiti Helped Transform a World Murder Capital into a Latin American Cultural Capital

In the mid-1990s, the Colombian capital was synonymous with violent crime, desperate poverty, and government corruption. Twenty years and many buckets of paint later, it’s better known as a model for rapid urban development and the Latin American capital of … Continue reading Public Art in Bogotá: How Graffiti Helped Transform a World Murder Capital into a Latin American Cultural Capital