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Why going to museums when there are a lot of awesome masterpieces works in the street? Sometimes going to the museum is expensive, especially when you see some pictures that you do not understand because it is abstract art and you don’t have understood anything about. Money threw away!

You must consider too that going to a museum it also takes time to enter because there are a lot of people who want to go into too, so you have to wait some extra time to get there, knowing that even sometimes many of the museum galleries or pictures are not open to the public and your must return next day or next week for watching what you have missed.

So one day you realise that museums are not for you. You love clean air, walking in a park, open ambiance in general... and then you walk on the streets where artists have released their art: paintings, sculptures… and this is the precise moment when you perceive that the real art is in the street and not in a closed gallery.

Artists in the street open their hearts to visitors who feel the intensity of their masterpieces on their eyes surrounded by:

- In some cases: nature when the open air exposition is in a park, for example.
- In other cases: Shining in the middle of the asphalt jungle exhibiting on the sidewalks.

Only is question of watching carefully because the most times you can find incredible masterworks more awesome than what you can find at a museum.


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