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Street art is free, unpredictable, transient, irreverent.
Contemporary art adorns itself with explanatory discourse about its meaning and function, and protects itself behind the high walls of establishment.
They coexist in separated spaces, more or less permeable, waiting for a possible confrontation.
The Berardo Museum high walls in Belém facing the street collages of tinta Crua in the Baixa Chiado neighbourhood of Lisbon.

Location: Lisbon (Portugal)
Years: 2011-2013