Bursting with color and energy, this revised edition of the definitive guide to street art and graffiti covers the world's most significant artists, styles, and the urban landscapes that form their canvas.
Ten years after its original publication, The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffiti is recognized as the definitive guide to the most significant artists and styles of street art and graffiti around the world. This revised edition brings the content up to our present moment, expanding its geographic breadth to six continents. Featuring more than 700 full-color photographs of raw, energetic, whimsical, and eye-catching art, the book is visually exciting as well as an essential survey of the urban art of our time.
Organized geographically by country and city, the publication profiles more than 100 of today's most important street artists—Espo in New York, Merlot in Seattle, Os Gêmeos in São Paulo, Michael Pederson in Sydney, Essu in Tokyo, Lady K in Paris, Milu Correch in Buenos Aires, and Nardstar in Cape Town—alongside key examples of their work. With contributions by the foremost authorities on street art and graffiti, this landmark publication continues to provide a nuanced understanding of a global contemporary art practice.
- Rafael Schacter, Lachlan MacDowall, and John Fekner - 400 pages - 8.8 inches W x 9.3 inches L - Hardcover - Yale University Press - 2023 - Paintings - Item #: 978-0300267808
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