One of the central areas of Toronto, known as ‘Little Portugal’, is being transformed into an open-air museum through urban graffiti art, in tribute to the contribution of the Portuguese community.
The Dundas West Open-Air Museum is due to open in March 2019 and will be endowed with an initial 20-graffitis designed by South American artists on the walls of Toronto’s ‘Little Portugal’ buildings betweem Ossington and Lansdowne avenues.
Magazine PORT.COM, December 26th, 2018
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