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Street Art World

Author : Alison Young
ISBN : 1780236700
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Street art and graffiti are a familiar sight in all our cities. Giant murals commemorate historical events or proclaim the culture of a neighborhood, while tagged walls can function simultaneously as a claim to territory and a backdrop for an urban fashion shoot. Street Art World examines these divergent forms and functions of street art. This strikingly illustrated book explores every aspect of street art, from those who spray it into being to those who revel in it on Instagram, from its place under highway overpasses to one on the austere walls of high art museums. What exactly is street art? Is it the same as graffiti, or do they have different histories, meanings, and practitioners? Who makes it? Who buys it? Can it be exhibited at all, or does it always have to appear unsanctioned? Talking with artists, collectors, sellers, and buyers, author Alison Young reveals an energetic world of self-made artists who are simultaneously passionate about an authentic form of expression and ambivalent about the prospects of selling it to make a living--even a fabulously good one. Drawing on over twenty years of research, she juxtaposes the rise and fall of art markets against the vibrancy of the street and urban life, providing a rich history and new ways of contextualizing the words and images--some breathtakingly beautiful--that seem to appear overnight in cities around the world.

Street Art World

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Reclaim The Streets Die Street Art Bewegung Und Die R Ckforderung Des Ffentlichen Raumes

Author : Monja Müller
ISBN : 9783743187528
Genre : Art
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Was ist Street Art? Welche Intention und Motivation treibt zahllose Künstlerinnen und Künstler an, ihre Werke illegal im öffentlichen Raum anzubringen? Die Kunsthistorikerin Monja Müller analysiert das globale Phänomen Street Art von der Genese, über die Aus- und Verbreitung bis hin zu der zunehmenden Akzeptanz als "Kunst" sowie dem partiellen Wechsel in die Konsumwelt unter soziologischen, kultur- und kunstwissenschaftlichen Aspekten. Der Leitgedanke einer Rückforderung des öffentlichen Raumes wird am Beispiel des Schaffens der beiden Ausnahmekünstler Banksy und Shepard Fairey kritisch betrachtet. Dabei erforscht sie die Entwicklung einer facettenreichen Bewegung im Spannungsfeld zwischen Illegalität und Anerkennung, Sub- und Hochkultur, Kunst und Nicht-Kunst sowie dem Selbstverständnis der Protagonisten einerseits und der Rezeption durch die verschiedenen Öffentlichkeiten andererseits.

Street Art Und Neue Medien

Author : Katja Glaser
ISBN : 9783839435359
Genre : Social Science
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Wie gestalten und (ver-)formen sich Praktiken und Ästhetiken der Street Art in Verbindung mit digital vernetzten Medien? Neue Medien(-technologien) wie Smartphones, Apps, digitale Karten und Social Networks spielen im Kontext der Street Art eine zentrale Rolle. Katja Glaser greift aktuelle Tendenzen auf, spürt Akteuren nach und entfaltet die Welt der Street Art als soziotechnischen Aushandlungsprozess. So erweitert die medienwissenschaftliche Studie die aktuelle Street-Art-Forschung um Themen der Netzpolitik, der Medienästhetik und der Navigation einerseits und lenkt andererseits den Fokus auf digitale Archivierung und Kunstgeschichte.

Trespass Die Geschichte Der Urbanen Kunst

Author : Carlo McCormick
ISBN : 3836555492
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Routledge Handbook Of Graffiti And Street Art

Author : Jeffrey Ian Ross
ISBN : 9781317645863
Genre : Social Science
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The Routledge Handbook of Graffiti and Street Art integrates and reviews current scholarship in the field of graffiti and street art. Thirty-seven original contributions are organized around four sections: History, Types, and Writers/Artists of Graffiti and Street Art; Theoretical Explanations of Graffiti and Street Art/Causes of Graffiti and Street Art; Regional/Municipal Variations/Differences of Graffiti and Street Art; and, Effects of Graffiti and Street Art. Chapters are written by experts from different countries throughout the world and their expertise spans the fields of American Studies, Art Theory, Criminology, Criminal justice, Ethnography, Photography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Visual Communication. The Handbook will be of interest to researchers, instructors, advanced students, libraries, and art gallery and museum curators. This book is also accessible to practitioners and policy makers in the fields of criminal justice, law enforcement, art history, museum studies, tourism studies, and urban studies as well as members of the news media. The Handbook includes 70 images, a glossary, a chronology, and the electronic edition will be widely hyperlinked.

Street Art

Author : Garry Hunter
ISBN : 9781782126676
Genre : Art
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This book is an exciting introduction to the world of street art featuring major street art practitioners including Banksy, Eine, Blek le Rat, Os Gemeos and Evol. A colourful combination of eye-catching imagery and well-informed commentary, it is a thought-provoking presentation to this hotly topical subject. Street art is cutting edge creative phenomenon that is growing in popularity as people recognize artworks as valuable assets rather than mere graffiti. Divided into sections looking at the main techniques used by street artists: Stencil, Paint and Poster, there is also a section on 3D and Miniature street art. With a detailed introduction on the development of street art and an epilogue looking at what the future holds, this is a vibrant, colourful book at a competitive price. Garry Hunter is a professional photographer and independent curator. Based in London, he is the founder and Creative Director of the Fitzrovia Noir community arts initiative, a group that specialises in installations in non-gallery spaces and urban sites undergoing major transition.

The Art Of Rebellion

Author : Christian Hundertmark
ISBN : 1584232099
Genre : Art
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Street art has taken over the world in recent years. Cities have been "liberated" by artists who are as motivated by the drive to invent new forms of media as they are to create new images. Art of Rebellion features the broadest possible variety of street art including flyers, stickers, spraycan and stencil art, and a host of interesting hybrids that fall somewhere in between. Provocateurs such as Space Invader, Above, Lefunk, Milk, Fume, Hoerchen and East Eric use an amazing variety of techniques to create their own individual iconography in projects as crazy as bathrooms painted gold, battle tanks painted pink and cities plastered with pictures of toasters. The ultimate collection of worldwide street art this remarkable book leaves absolutely nothing sacred.

The World Atlas Of Street Art And Graffiti

Author : Rafael Schacter
ISBN : 9780300199420
Genre : Art
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DIVAn authoritative guide to the most significant artists, schools, and styles of street art and graffiti around the world/div

The Street Art World

Author : Peter Bengtsen
ISBN : 9174738682
Genre : Graffiti
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In recent years, street art has become embedded in popular culture and received growing attention from the art market and art institutions. Work by street artists has entered galleries, auction houses and museums, and some artists have been given the opportunity to create large-scale sanctioned public art projects. Simultaneously, widespread photographic documentation of street artworks and the circulation of images online have provided artists with a potentially global audience. Based on studies of everyday interaction among artists, gallerists, collectors, bloggers and street art enthusiasts, The Street Art World investigates the often contradictory attitudes within the street art community towards art history and the institutions of art. The book also deliberates on street art's connection to the art market and public art. It considers street art's potential to affect the viewer's perception of public space, and the possible challenges the increasing digital mediation of street art may pose to bringing this potential to fruition. Peter Bengtsen is an art historian and sociologist.

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