Curating street art

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After being largely ignored for decades, street art is being increasingly assimilated by society and the art system. Numerous artists who started their careers working anonymously in public space are now being commissioned to create pieces for galleries, museums and collections. This text looks at the differences between producing art in public space without permission and producing art for the gallery, and at the possible approaches to curating street art in ways meaningfully related to the values of independent street art. [read more]

Teaching urban intervention, learning to see the city anew

A look at the accumulated experience of six years of teaching site-specific intervention, a summary of the limits and potential of the practice, and of the different ways it can help enrich the personal perspectives of students of diverse profiles. [leer más]