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The mural “Spaces of Hope” by Mehdi Ghadyanloo now greets visitors to the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway in Dewey Square.

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The mural “Spaces of Hope” by Mehdi Ghadyanloo now greets visitors to the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway in Dewey Square.

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Artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo’s mural “Spaces of Hope” now adorns the wall in Dewey Square on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway.

The wall has continuously been tapped to host pieces of public art and Ghadyanloo’s work is the fifth to have appeared there in recent years. Ghadyanloo told the Globe the goal of his art is to give people a few minutes away from the troubles of the world.

Previous works on the wall have included pieces by the Brazilian twins known as Os Gemeos, Matthew Ritchie, Lawrence Weiner, and Shinique Smith.

Artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo worked on the mural in October.

Keith Bedford/Globe Staff

Artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo worked on the mural in October.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Rob DeCola can be reached at robert.decola@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @robdecola.
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