Strolling through the ruins of street art
Otavio Pandolfo and his brother Gustavo, who call themselves “Os Gemeos” (Portuguese for “the twins,” which in fact they are), are street artists from Brazil. They have a sprightly, one-room show at the Institute of Contemporary Art, which is complemented by three murals around the city. The largest covers the exterior wall of a giant air intake structure on the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway. It’s by far the most successful piece of public art I’ve seen in Boston in the more than four years I’ve lived here.