Already the first issue of the German Boulevard On Trespassing and Culture Magazine makes it clear that this is something special: the art and street art publication comes in newspaper format and consists of three parts.
In addition to information on cultural events ranging from exhibitions to book fairs, the TALK section offers a report on the Biennale and an interview with curator Frank Krämer.
The REPRINT section contains various texts that are either difficult to access or no longer available, or have never been translated into English. In addition to contributions by James E. Walmesley, Moritz Klein and Oliver Kuhnert, Ralf Beuthan traces the philosophical definition of graffiti in a large article.
Eye-opener are the CASES, which concentrate on photographs around the themes of art, street art, graffiti and train writing, for example with works by Tony Klicklack or Miriam Bossard.
Excerpt from the contents:
- Anthology of Street Art, Urban Art and Graffiti including contextualization
- JAMES WALMESLEY - In the Beginning there was the Word.
- RALF BEUTHAN - What is Graffiti? An Attempt at a Philosophical Definition
- MORITZ KLEIN - Graffiti as Sport.
- DAVID LEY AND ROMAN CYBRIWSKY - Urban Graffiti as Territorial Markers.
- ATEM / MIRIAM BOSSARD - Form is Emptiness
- MOSES & TAPS AND EDWARD NIGHTINGALE - Collaborative Artwork
- TONY KLICKLACK - Graffiti is not dead
... and many more exciting topics!
80 pages, Format: Newspaper print in Berlin format (63x37cm), Language: English