Down in the Flood Wall 

The Street Art Festival turns art into public works.

We're experiencing a mass influx of large-scale public art this spring from local and internationally renowned artists. The "G40 Art Summit" — produced by Washington's Art Whino and Richmond's Gallery5 — colored the city with impressive murals on buildings along Broad…

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