Alan Ket is an artist, author, and graffiti historian. He is the co-founder of the Museum of Graffiti, which opened last December in Wynwood, a Miami neighborhood that, as the museum’s website notes, “was transformed by graffiti artists into the largest open-air gallery in the world.” Alan has curated graffiti and street art related exhibitions at venues such as Fondation Cartier in Paris, PowerHouse Arena in Brooklyn, 55DSL in New York City, and the MOCA in Los Angeles. He was involved in several publishing ventures Stress, a hip-hop magazine; Complex, a men’s fashion magazine, Vibe, From Here to Fame, and SlamxHype. He is also the author of several books including Graffiti Planet, Street Art, and Graffiti Tattoo. His photographs have appeared in publications such as Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine, The London Sunday Telegraph, The Source, and Vibe.