In Mulhouse, if you don’t come to art, art will come to you! The city has a park of contemporary works that makes it a real open-air museum: you can find contemporary artworks in parks, on streetcar lines or in the streets. It’s up to you to go and discover them with the help, for example, of our digital tours. Notable artists include Daniel Buren and his famous black and white stripes on the arches lining the tramway’s Line 2. More traditional, but quite typical of the Mulhouse area and more broadly of the Rhine, many painted walls tell the story and make people dream: from the trompe-l’oeil frescoes of the city hall created in 1698 by the Mulhouse painter Jean Gabriel to the more modern ones created on walls left to local painters in the 1990s by the City to brighten up the streets. They are often inspired by historical figures from Mulhouse, street names… This “tradition” continues today in the form of street-art thanks to the M.U.R. (Modulable Urbain Réactif) rue de la Moselle, 3rd of its name in France to offer a monthly meeting to local street-artists but also to national and international big names, on the Quai des Pêcheurs and to “Graffitipolis” in the covered parking lot of the Kinépolis, among others.