“The first large-scale American museum exhibition, curated by MoCA director Deitch, to survey the colorful history of graffiti and street art movement internationally.” ~Publishers Weekly
“Art in the Streets… traces the birth and dissemination of styles through ‘writers’ and street artists around the world… Highlighting the connection between graffiti and street art and other vibrant subcultures, such as those developed around Hip Hop in the Bronx and skateboarding in Southern California, Art in the Streets explores parallel movements in dance and music.” ~Slamxhype
Jeffrey Deitch is director of MoCA, Los Angeles.
Roger Gastman is a curator, writer and graffiti artist.
Aaron Rose is a curator and film director, most known for his work Beautiful Losers.
Ibought this book as a gift for my boyfriend who is a little hard to buy for. He really likes it, so imhappy about that. I flipped through it resently and found some amazing art. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Samantha
Haven't read the blurb yet but I don't know how the author got his hands on these flicks. Killer extras from subway art and style wars era. Worth it for those. Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by abnormal
This is a great coffee table book full of interesting and provacative images that can't help but trigger discussion- some love it and some hate it... even in the same family. Read morePublished on October 14, 2011 by Judy/Judith