A brief history of street art.

In recent years street art has become more daring, more ornate, more sophisticated and, in many cases, more acceptable. Traditionally graffiti artists directed their messages to other individuals marking the urban space with similar symbols. Street artists instead took the ideas and tools associated with graffiti and started using them to make aesthetically pleasing art which […]

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The Museum is an Asylum.

“This conservatory function of the Museum, which reached its highest point during the 19th century with Romanticism, is still generally accepted today, adding yet another paralysing factor. In fact nothing is more readily preserved than a work of art. (…) The Museum not only preserves and therefore perpetuates, but also collects. The aesthethic role of […]

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