Press Release: Mana Public Arts Releases Pioneering Book Showcasing Global Street Art Murals and Expert Insights

Mana Public Arts Releases Pioneering Book Showcasing Global Street Art Murals and Expert Insights

Join us on December 9th for an enriching evening celebrating street art, featuring discussions with eminent artists and cultural critics.

Mana Public Arts (MPA), a trailblazing leader in the world of contemporary public art, announces the release of its 300+ page book, ‘Mana Public Arts Murals by Leading Street Artists from Around the World’, celebrating the vibrant murals created by leading street artists from around the globe. Edited by Daniel Sacks and Kurt Boone, this visually stunning compilation not only showcases the dynamic street art scene but also underscores MPA’s commitment to supporting public art and its impact on communities.

In addition to the artwork, readers can explore insights from four essays penned by experts in the street art and graffiti fields, including cultural critic Carlo McCormickBrooklyn Street Art’s Steve HarringtonUP Magazine’s T.K. Mills, and Museum of Graffiti’s Alan Ket.

Founded in 2014 as an offshoot of the Mana Contemporary Arts CenterMPA has been an innovative mural program dedicated to large-scale, site-specific installations by renowned artists from all corners of the world.

Moishe Mana, the visionary behind this initiative, emphasizes the importance of culture.

“We view culture as the energy that breathes life into a community before development even starts and sustains that life for decades. It’s the fuel for arts and entertainment that creates breeding grounds for spontaneous interactions and exchanges.”

— Moishe ManaFounder and Chairman, Mana Common

Street art enthusiasts are invited to the Museum of Graffiti on December 9th, 5:00 to 7:00 PM, for an engaging panel discussion with distinguished voices in the art world like Kurt BooneCarlo McCormickT.K. MillsJason NaylorRisa Boogie, Hec1, Buff Monster, moderated by Daniel Sacks. To secure your spot, RSVP here.

The softcover edition of the book is available for purchase at Itasca Books and will be available in-person at the Museum of Graffiti gift shop.