Untitled.III: This is Street Art

Author(s): SHOVE, Gary
ISBN13/Barcode: 9780955912153
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A mix of top quality street art photos and acerbic, witty and sometimes downright obtuse commentary all delivered with a unique flair. Events given in depth coverage include the Agents of Change 'Ghost Village' project and the Fame Festival in Grottaglie, Italy. Elsewhere the images and artists chosen mean this book very much charts its own path. Some high profile but ultimately vacuous artworks are ignored to ensure the inclusion of more original and thought provoking work. Think of the editorial policy as operating a kind of BS detector and you'll understand what is and isn't likely to be included.
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Untitled III. This is Street Art. The very best in street art and graffiti, providing stunning imagery, beautiful photography and amazing art which all come together in a smorgasbord of illegal activity. Ultimately, its the quality of the photography that sets Untitled head and shoulders above the current spate of pretenders. Untitled III follows on from the success of its sister publications, featuring mix of top quality street art photos and acerbic, witty and sometimes downright obtuse commentary all delivered with a unique flair. Events given in depth coverage include the Agents of Change 'Ghost Village' project and the Fame Festival in Grottaglie, Italy. Elsewhere the images and artists chosen mean this book very much charts its own path.

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ISBN13/Barcode 9780955912153
ISBN10 0955912156
Author SHOVE, Gary
Binding Hardback
Date Published 1 Nov 2011
Frequency No
Report Date N/A
Pages 192
Publisher Carpet Bombing Culture (includes Pro-actif Communications)

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