Fodor's Expert Review Clarion Alley murals

Mission District Public Art (Mural/Sculpture/Statue)

Inspired by the work in Balmy Alley, a new generation of muralists began creating a fresh alley-cum-gallery here in 1992. The works by the loosely connected artists of the Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) represent a broad range of styles and imagery, an exuberant, flowery exhortation to Tax the Rich; a lesbian celebration including donkey heads, skirts, and Donald Trump with hair of flames bookended by a white hooded figure holding a gavel. The alley's murals offer a quick but dense glimpse at the Mission's contemporary art scene.

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San Francisco, California  94110, USA

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