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Graffitiisthenameforimagesorletteringscratched, scrawled, paintedormarkedinanymanneronproperty. Inmoderntimes, spraypaint, normalpaintandmarkershavebecomethemostcommonlyusedmaterials. Inmostcountries, defacingpropertywithgraffitiwithoutthepropertyowner'sconsentisconsideredvandalism, whichispunishablebylaw. Sometimesgraffitiisemployedtocommunicatesocialandpoliticalmessages.
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GraffitiisoftenseenashavingbecomeintertwinedwithhiphopcultureandthemyriadofinternationalstylesderivedfromNewYorkCitySubwaygraffiti .However, therearemanyotherinstancesofnotablegraffitithiscentury. Graffitihaslongappearedonrailroadboxcarsandsubways.
graffiti as an element of hip hop
Graffitiasanelementofhiphop
  • Graffitiisoneofthefourmainelementsofhiphopculture.Therelationshipbetweengraffitiandhiphopculturearisesbothfromearlygraffitiartistspracticingotheraspectsofhiphop, anditsbeingpracticedinareaswhereotherelementsofhiphopwereevolvingasartforms
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A 2006 exhibitionattheBrooklynMuseumdisplayedgraffitiasanartformthatbeganinNewYork'souterboroughsandreachedgreatheightsintheearly '80s withtheworkofCrash, Lee, Daze, KeithHaringandJean-MichelBasquiat.
  • Itdisplayed 22 worksbyNewYorkgraffitiartists, includingCrash, DazeandLadyPink. InanarticleabouttheexhibitioninTimeOutMagazine, curatorCharlottaKotiksaidthatshehopedtheexhibitionwouldcauseviewerstorethinktheirassumptionsaboutgraffiti. TerranceLindall, anartistandexecutivedirectoroftheWilliamsburgArtandHistoricCenter, saidregardinggraffitiandtheexhibition:
  • "Graffitiisrevolutionary, inmyopinion," hesays, "andanyrevolutionmightbeconsideredacrime. Peoplewhoareoppressedorsuppressedanoutlet, sotheywriteonwalls—it'sfree."
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