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Title   Subway Art 

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Author   COOPER Martha / CHALFANT Henry  ISBN   9780500292129  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Thames & Hudson  Group   Art Film Med View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Art & Artist  Terms and conditions
Edition   2 Type   Reference Go back
Publication Year   2015 
Subject   Graffiti & street art 
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Synopsis In 1984 the groundbreaking Subway Art brought graffiti to the world, presenting stunning photographic documentation of the burgeoning movement in New York.

Thirty years later, this bible of street art has been updated with over seventy photographs not included in the original edition and new insights on an incredibly rich period for urban art and its legacy.In new introductions, authors Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant recall how they gained entry into the New York City graffiti community in the 1970s and 1980s.

New afterwords continue the story, tracing the decline of the subway and graffiti scene in the late 1980s to its unexpected rebirth as a global art movement. The authors reveal how the lives of the original subway artists have unfolded and mourn the loss of several to the darker forces of the street.

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