Street Art Pioneers

The legends of street art invented new ways to bring art to the masses. Keith Haring used chalk to transform subway stations into public canvases, Shepard Fairey leveraged digital posters to inspire activism, and Banksy engineered viral videos to prank the art world. Below, discover available works by the world’s most influential street artists, all of which have found critical acclaim through exhibitions at major museums.

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