The MAU Archive was born in 2011, in a digital only form, to tell through images and documents the history of the museum nucleus managed by the cultural association for social promotion MAU and of the Borgo Campidoglio which houses the now 141 outdoor works. A unique example of an open-air contemporary art museum in a big city, it shows through its large-scale works 20 years of art in Italy, up to the present advent of street art and beyond. The Museum of Urban Art is recognized by the City of Turin. Currently the archive manager is Dr. Barbara Bordon (

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