Graffiti route: ‘Abstracte, A River of Art’
A route through the Turia gardens, discovering the graffiti and murals on display there
The city's most international garden, the Turia Gardens, have been transformed into an outdoor urban art museum.
Under the name ‘Abstracte, a River of Art’, spaces such as bridges, sport facilities and gardening sheds located along the garden's almost 10 kilometres have been converted into open-air canvases for street art.
A total of 11 artists from the world of graffiti and abstract art have been involved in this project, with the aim of creating a mural along the entire garden, from Capçalera Park to Montolivet Bridge. Participants include Sandra Betancourt, Murone, älex Marco, AALL, Capi Cabrera, Rubén Viard, Nico Barrios, Roice183, Rubén Tortosa, Ángel Toren, Kaufman and Zurik. You can find more information about each of the artists here.
MURALS ALONG THE ROUTE
Twelve artists have been involved in this art route: Sandra Betancourt, Zurik, Álex Marco, Rubén Viard, AALL (Aaron Mr. Simon & Lluís Salvador), Capi Cabrera, Rubén Tortosa, Roice183, Nico Barrios, Murone, Ángel Toren and Kaufman.
The Murals on the ‘Abstracte, a River of Art’ Route
ART ROUTE ON FOOT OR BY BIKE
On foot or by bike, the 'Abstracte, a River of Art' is an art route that takes in twelve murals on the bases of bridges, sports areas, and gardening huts along the length of the Turia Gardens.