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Distinctly unique, Tel Aviv's street art represents a wide spectrum of cultural backgrounds and aesthetic sensibilities. Echoing the uncertainty that permeates Israel's daily existence, it possesses a rawness and energy found in few modern cities. Through more than 250 images, 14 artist profiles, and comprehensive research, Street Art Tel Aviv ;introduces the reader to an alternative visual culture that has developed and thrived at a time when the city's building exteriors are plentiful, and living and work spaces are still available to emerging artists. At the turn of the 21st century, Tel Aviv's gritty streets, particularly those in southern industrial neighborhoods, began to host a motley array of spectral faces, uncanny figures, and curious characters. Herewith the opportunity to explore this vibrant city's visual landscape at a time of transition for both the city itself and for this new visual art genre.
About the Author
Lord K2 is an award-winning photographer who specialises in ethnography. He is the author of Street Art Santiago and Tokyo Graffiti. Lois Stavsky is a renowned educator and oral historian. She curated the first US exhibition featuring Israeli street artists and has facilitated workshops on urban art worldwide.