Street Galleries x United Nations

October 2020 | By Martial Geoffre-Rouland, Google Arts & Culture Lab

Place artworks curated by the United Nations (UN75) in the streets of 10 cities around the world.

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Street Galleries is a collaboration between the United Nations and Google Arts & Culture Lab, to mark the 75th anniversary of the United Nations (#UN75).

Place artworks curated by UN75 in the streets of 10 cities around the world and share them with others.

Pick a city.
Pick a location.
Select artworks.
Create your street gallery.

You’ll find artworks selected from the collections of The Met and the Smithsonian on Google Arts & Culture, alongside artworks from the ‘The Future is Unwritten’ - a UN75 exhibition exploring artists’ visions for a better, more sustainable future for all. Also included are winning submissions from members of the public exploring #TheWorldWeWant through photographs.

Need some inspiration?

Explore street galleries created by former Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and others, about our environment, young people, communities and more.

And learn more about UN75 on Google Arts and Culture where you can explore more than 500 artworks responding to our hopes for the future. Discover how contemporary artists are responding to today’s challenges, and helping us to imagine and invent a better tomorrow.