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Graffiti Art issue 39

The magazine of contemporary urban art

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In this new issue of GRAFFITIART, we finally manage to give an historic overview of the urban artmovement.


We felt that something was wrong in telling you about artists without being able to place them in some sort of continuity, evolution and transformation. The three temporalities are finally tackled in this issue.


We are looking at the past with an exploration of Rammellzee’s world, the link between hip-hop, graffiti and primitive art. Vhils and Faile splendidly talk about the present of the movement, at the crossroad of pop, expressionist figuration and true contemporary art.


Then our focus on the rise of urban art foundations sheds light on the “museum” future that awaits our artists. We feel optimistic that this three-folded approach highlights the coherence of the urban approach. Without even mentioning its spatial expansion.

It’s hard to be picky when street art brings us on a magical journey through time and space:
from the Nuart festival in Scotland to the Crystal Ship in Belgium through the new Marseille
residency in a convent, and… New York City, Los Angeles and South America that Remed
embraces in his shamanic art.
 Urbi et orbi. 


Blessed be urban art. 

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