World’s Largest Open-Air Gallery Was Painted By People With Learning Disabilities—And It’s Breathtaking

A team of artists has transformed a series of drab cement silos into the world’s largest “open-air museum”—and they did it with inclusivity at the forefront of their mission.

Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel first started painting murals on the structures as a means of beautifying the region of Ciudad Real.

As Miguel continued to ramp up his artistic mission, he partnered with an organization that provides work to local people with learning disabilities and special needs.

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Since collaborating with the group, Miguel has helped to paint 10 different silos across the region with breathtaking works of art.

His team is now working on transforming the interiors of the silos into a “kind of universal church for everyone: all religions, all genders, and all races.”

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