Posts Tagged 'France'

Street Art as the Art of Action

According to popular view, street art evolved from American graffiti. But this is incorrect, except for some forms like street logos (where artists substitute their nicknames with logos), which became popular in Europe in the late 1980’s. Long before, there

/ By Igor Ponosov

Street Art as the Art of Action

According to popular view, street art evolved from American graffiti. But this is incorrect, except for some forms like street logos (where artists substitute their nicknames with logos), which became popular in Europe in the late 1980’s. Long before, there

/ By Igor Ponosov

Florian Rivière: Cities as Playgrounds

If cities are meant to be for people, then they need to be un-choreographed – spaces for play, and for free expression. Florian Rivière, Strasbourg’s ‘Urban Hacktivist’ re-organizes the city for activity and fun. His interventions are about reclaiming and

/ By Shriya

Florian Rivière: Cities as Playgrounds

If cities are meant to be for people, then they need to be un-choreographed – spaces for play, and for free expression. Florian Rivière, Strasbourg’s ‘Urban Hacktivist’ re-organizes the city for activity and fun. His interventions are about reclaiming and

/ By Shriya