Is Street Art Always Political ? 

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LAND ART & URBAN ART  | A new perspective

Street Art in the world of tomorrow

EDITO #51 | August-September 2020

Everywhere around the world, the spread of murals and Street Art festivals is rebooting our creativity and warming our hearts during this tough period.

From potitical performances… 

Now that social issues are hot topics on the world’s agenda, occupying the public space has become a strong militant act, even a political statement, as illustrated by the BLM slogan that has spread through the streets of America. We will share our thoughts on this crucial yet complex matter in the article ‘Is Street Art always political’?

… to aesthetic works

From Belgrade to the district of Little Italy in New York, we will show you works driven by militant ideas or governed by pure aestheticism. We will look into the origin of Land Art and explore its affinities with Urban Art. Here again, the double quest for beauty and meaning is everywhere.
Back in the heart of cities, we will take you on the crusades and fights of Tristan Eaton and COMBO Culture Kidnapper. However, the ‘chaos’ of society will be balanced by Telmo Miel’s aesthetics and Imon Boy’s profound ingenuousness. Looking for direction, the geometric shapes and colours of Alberonero and Jeroen Erosie will provide us with a stable anchor. All these proposals, struggles and oppositions contribute to building the world of tomorrow.

2020 Edition of the Urban Contemporary Art Guide on its way

If you are as impatient to discover the 2020 Edition of the Urban Contemporary Art Guide in newsstands as we are, as well as the artists who made up the Street Art scene of 2020, you can pre-order the Guide or show your support by contributing to our KissKissBankBank campaign. A new team is in charge! And there are new KKBB premiums.