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Street art and politics meet on the separation barrier between Israel and the Palestinian West Bank, which is full of scribbling, paintings, graffiti, and posters. Banksy was the first—but far from the only—international street artist to work on the separation barrier, and Concrete Messages makes these artists’ pieces and powerful messages available to a wider audience. Combining pictures with interviews, this art book explores the artists’ views on the role of street art in society and their motivations for doing a piece on the barrier.
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Hardcover. 128 pages.
W 7” H 10”
Founded in 2000, Dokument Press is a Swedish publisher that sheds light on subcultures through the publication and distribution of provocative books, magazines, and films. Headed by a group of art, music, fashion, and alternative culture enthusiasts, Dokument fills a void in the book and mass media market by focusing on human self-expression throughout history.
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