Track How Temporary Murals Change the Air-intake Building Wall in Dewey Square Park

Dewey Square on the Rose Kennedy Greenway: Nine Murals in Ten Years, 2012-2022

I’ve set up this PAGE as a place to keep track of all the changes to one 70-by-76-foot wall of the Air-intake building, where one temporary mural has been replaced by another almost every year since 2012. Between murals the wall is painted white for a new creative beginning. (See photo below the sequence of murals for one documented transition.)

My photos in sequence, with links to Art Outdoors posts (or Greenway Art info) for each mural

Os Gemeos mural, untitled 2012-2013  (sometimes called “The Giant of Boston” ):

Changing Art along the Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston

Matthew Ritchie  Remanence: Salt and Light (Part II), 2013:

Changing Art along the Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston

Shinique Smith, Seven Moon Junction, 2014:

Seven Moon Junction Mural Shines with Wisdom from the Greenway Wall in Dewey Square Park

Lawrence Weiner: TRANSLATION FROM ONE LANGUAGE TO ANOTHER, 2015:

Lawrence Weiner’s Art in Words Painted Huge and High or Cut into Ground-level Granite

MEHDI GHADYANLOO  Spaces of Hope,  2016:

A Welcome Wall: Mural by Mehdi Ghadyanloo on Greenway Now

Shara Hughes; “Carving Out Fresh Options,” 2018:

A RADIANT PAINTING GENERATES SIXTH MURAL FOR GREENWAY WALL

Stefan Thelan, Super A, Resonance, 2019:

Beauty and Drama Resonate from New Mural, “Resonance” by Super A (Stefan Thelen) on the Greenway

Daniel Gordon, “Summer Still Life with Lobster and Fern” 2021:

LOOK BACK AT DANIEL GORDON’S DEWEY SQUARE MURAL ON THE GREENWAY 2021

https://www.wbur.org/news/2021/06/07/artist-daniel-gordon-greenway-mural

Rob Problak Gibbs, “Breathe Life Together” 2022:

Gold Brings Glow to “Breathe Life Together” Mural in Dewey Square on the Greenway

Important Stories Come Together in Current Dewey Square Mural: Rob “ProBlak” Gibbs’ “Breathe Life Together”

Wall of Air-intake building painted white between murals:

ART OUTDOORS Posts in Sequence:

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