Street Art The Graffiti Revolution

ISBN-10: 0810983206

ISBN-13: 9780810983205

Edition: 2008

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Over the last decade, street artart made in public spaces including graffiti, stickers, stencil art, and wheat-pasting has become one of the most popular and hotly discussed areas of art practice on the contemporary scene. Developing out of the graffiti-writing tradition of the 1980s through the work of artists such as Banksy and Futura 2000, it has long since reached the mainstream.Street Artis the first measured, critical account of the development of this global phenomenon. Tracing street art's origins in cave painting through the Paris walls photographed by Brassai in the '20s through the witty, sophisticated imagery found on city streets today, the book also features new and exclusive interviews with key figures associated with street art of the last 35 years, including Lady Pink, Barry McGee, Shepard Fairy, Futura 2000, Malcolm McLaren, Miss Van, and Os Gemeos.Street Artreveals the extent to which the walls and streets of cities around the world have become the birthplace of some of the most dynamic and inspirational art being made today.
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Book details

List price: $27.50
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Abrams
Publication date: 9/1/2008
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 160
Size: 8.75" wide x 10.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 2.024
Language: English

Foreword
Author's Foreword
Street Art or Graffiti?
Graffiti
Live in Pompeii
Brassai
The Evolution of Graffiti
Lee
Getting the Picture: Martha Cooper
Style Wars
Futura 2000
Early Shows
I am Somebody!
Graffiti is Addictive
Tags (Noms de Guerre)
Barry McGee
Brazil Style
Street Art
Global-style Graffiti, Local-style Street Art
Ernest Pignon-Ernest
Blek le Rat
Art School of Hard Knocks
Gordon Matta-Clark
Street Art Avant-Garde
Dan Witz
UnderCulture Gone Mainstream
Mixing it up: The Politics
Anti-Modernism (The Barbarians are at the Gates)
Jenny Holzer
John Fekner
Disrupting Systems of Thought
Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring
Setting and Anonymity
Obey: Shepard Fairey
Survival in Hyper-Reality
The Medium is the Message, Sometimes
Faile
Kaws
Advertising
Mustafa Hulusi
Subvertising
Banksy
Miss Van
JR
Museums and Outlaws
Illegal v. Legal
Blu
Outsiders
Invader
Sanctioning Bodies
Eine
The Market
Judith Sulpine
Swoon
The Wooster Collective
D*Face
Sculpture
Crateman
Graffiti Research Lab
The End is No End
Photographic credits
Index
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