It’s About Graffiti Culture

A museum dedicated to the history of graffiti culture

… told through objects and stories of the Dutch Graffiti Library collection and an exhibition space for underground artists with a street-smart mentality. Starting September 14, the museum will open its doors at the Centrale Markthal in Amsterdam.

Short movies

Online showing of activities, trailers and clips About Graffiti Culture.

Stories about graffiti culture

Seemingly Unhinged by Donny Glider


On display a collection of work that brings together strong visual components to create robust and striking screenprints. Glider’s cut ‘n paste, layered approach resembles the way early Hip-Hop DJs juggled existing material to recreate a whole new vibe.

Amsterdam street art


Amsterdam has always been a unique location in the world of art from the streets. The city provided a grateful canvas for local writers and became popular among international artists as well. Many of them found the space they needed to further develop their art on the walls of squatted and empty buildings, in the quiet streets and remote areas.

Amsterdam notes

The Dutch adventures of Keith Haring

An inside story by Chris Reinewald (1955), published by Dutch Graffiti Library, about Keith Haring (1958-1990) in Holland, just before his worldwide breakthrough. Plus: never shown works by Haring and the Dutch graffiti scene of the 1980’s.
The first Dutch writer bombing
the New York City subway


Finally after more than 30 years an answer to the question “What is a young man from The Hague doing bombing the one line in the 145th Street Tunnel with Bodé nudes?” asked in the book ‘Spraycan Art’ has arisen!
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