BART Basel: The Guerilla Art Show on San Francisco's Public Transit System

If the facility looks more like a train station than an art gallery, it's because the temporary and improvised art gallery is in a train station. This photo by Sara Scanlan is one of many displaying the artistic scene on BART, the public train system in San Francisco. These happy, creative people joined together for two hours on Saturday for BART Basil 2021, an unauthorized art celebration. Here's how participant and all-around Renaissance woman Danielle Baskin describes it:

The event was so spontaneous that one participant didn't know she was in the show until it started:

Art galleries are typically quiet places, but subway systems are not. As you can see and hear in this video, public transportation was in no way slowed by the show: -via Super Punch

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