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Caught in a Storm

2014-10-24
Politics is serious and graffiti is fun and playful. But that does not mean they have nothing to do with each other. The Hong Kong graffiti girl who took action in support of Ai Weiwei; Zhang Dali, the first renowned graffiti writer in China; and Bbrother - the famous Taiwanese graffiti writer who was a member of the crew “Mountain Guerrilla Warfare” are each in a different environment. But all them have chosen to express their discontent through graffiti. Their concern for people’s livelihood has aroused a great deal of resonance in the communities from which they came. How much does graffiti mean to them?

According to Zhang Dali, real graffiti is always about resistance and struggle.

Life on the Wall

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In the most recent decades, graffiti has evolved from notorious vandalism to a recognized street style or even a popular artistic genre.
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