Street art is illusive and often vanishes as soon as it appears. Iryna Kanishcheva started documenting streets to save the work of artists. She travels and looks for murals in every city, sometimes walking in unsafe neighborhoods or climbing over fences. She captures rarely viewed scenes of mural creation to draw attention to the details, the difficulty and beauty of creation, and the variety of street art styles and techniques. With this exhibition she would like to show the process of creating public art, murals in the USA; highlight details that strangers do not normally pay attention to; and introduce viewers to everyday American life through urban art. This is a collection of photographs taken between 2013-2017 in different states and cities of the USA, such as Miami, Atlanta, New Orleans, Gainesville, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Washington D.C., Richmond, Baltimore, and NYC. Paintings on walls are part of urban life - they transform the city scale and reflect local culture. People paint them, admire them, and even destroy them... Many documented murals do not exist anymore.