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10 Street Art Books To Add To Your Collection

10 Street Art Books To Add To Your Collection

Since the initial introduction of the term "street art" in 1985, there have been hundreds of publications that address this art form, from picture books to academic accounts. The f ...
A Global Look at Graffiti and Street Art, with an L.A. Angle

A Global Look at Graffiti and Street Art, with an L.A. Angle

The co-curator for the Street Art Expo at Tate Modern shared some insights about the distinctions between street art and graffiti, both in his hometown of London and in Los Angeles ...
Professor Street Art Takes a Critical Look at Shepard Fairey

Professor Street Art Takes a Critical Look at Shepard Fairey

Fairey's use of a street aesthetic and language is not unlike the way Thomas Kinkade utilized the language of high art to sell prints, glorified posters, and reproductions of his p ...
Bad Banksy, Good Banksy

Bad Banksy, Good Banksy

Not all are happy with the subversive tactics of famed UK street artist Banksy and his October artist residency in New York.
Monthly Mural Wrap: A Dozen Tags for September, 2013

Monthly Mural Wrap: A Dozen Tags for September, 2013

Here are some of the September stories on murals, street art, and public art barreling into October, like a train filled with travel happy artists.
From Duchamp to Banksy: Street Art Continues 100-Year Movement

From Duchamp to Banksy: Street Art Continues 100-Year Movement

With rumors of an upcoming L.A. exhibition by the UK street artist, it's time to connect the century-old dots between Banksy and the father of conceptual art, Duchamp.
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