Posts Tagged 'Graffiti'

Urban Art in Russia, Part 2: Soviet hip-hop and Russian street art community (1980s—2008)

We continue serie of articles about Urban art in Russia. In 4 articles we try to describe story from Avant-garde, Moscow actionism to graffiti/street Art and socially engaged Urban Art with analyse today situation of expropriation by commercial and governmental structures.

/ By Igor Ponosov

Urban Art in Russia, Part 2: Soviet hip-hop and Russian street art community (1980s—2008)

We continue serie of articles about Urban art in Russia. In 4 articles we try to describe story from Avant-garde, Moscow actionism to graffiti/street Art and socially engaged Urban Art with analyse today situation of expropriation by commercial and governmental structures.

/ By Igor Ponosov

REVS’ Underground Autobiography

This article by Hannah Frishberg originally appeared on Urban Omnibus.     “To Joe Public: You might be askin’ yourself right now, what is this shit…what is this all about? Its about a kid who is just livin’ his life and

/ By Partizan

REVS’ Underground Autobiography

This article by Hannah Frishberg originally appeared on Urban Omnibus.     “To Joe Public: You might be askin’ yourself right now, what is this shit…what is this all about? Its about a kid who is just livin’ his life and

/ By Partizan

0331c: “I Am Just the Letters on the Fence”

Zhenya / 0331c is one of Moscow’s most active  street artists, but for some reason we had not yet written about him. I have closely followed his activities since the mid-00′s and distinctly remember admiring his works, which were included

/ By Igor Ponosov

0331c: “I Am Just the Letters on the Fence”

Zhenya / 0331c is one of Moscow’s most active  street artists, but for some reason we had not yet written about him. I have closely followed his activities since the mid-00′s and distinctly remember admiring his works, which were included

/ By Igor Ponosov

No Future Forever

Zachem is a word used by – and also the name of – a group of artists who are engaged, so to speak, in ideological graffiti. Even during its development, it became clear that the word Zachem could not be

/ By Igor Ponosov

No Future Forever

Zachem is a word used by – and also the name of – a group of artists who are engaged, so to speak, in ideological graffiti. Even during its development, it became clear that the word Zachem could not be

/ By Igor Ponosov