Street Art: The Graffiti Revolution

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Tate, 2008 - Graffiti - 160 pages
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Street art, art made in public spaces including graffiti & stickers, has become one of the discussed areas of art practice on the contemporary scence. This book defines street art as a genre related to, but disctinct from graffiti writing, tracing its history from cave paintings through to the Paris walls photographed by Brassani.

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There are many books available on graffiti, but most focus on specific places or time periods, or they are of the coffee-table variety with numerous photos but little content. Lewisohn, a London ... Read full review

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Authors Foreword
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Introduction
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am Somebody
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