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So far Julia Tulke has created 27 blog entries.

athenian invasion at the stroke art fair 2013

By | October 5th, 2013|blog|

since its founding in 2009 the stroke art fair has established itself as an international institution. alternating between berlin and munich, it showcases a growing number of galleries and artists from the fields of illustration, design, street art, and everything in between. traditionally galleries have formed the focal point of action, yet this year they also [...]

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an eventful september

By | September 23rd, 2013|blog|

even before the disastrous night of 17 september the month had seen some meaningful events. first, the squatted athenian theatre project εμπρος was evicted and with it a space of autonomous and often transnational creative interventions. furthermore the teachers of greece took to the streets to protest extensive layoff plans. and then that tuesday night the unthinkable happened: the well-known [...]

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interview with süddeutsche zeitung/jetzt.de

By | July 23rd, 2013|blog|

unexpectedly the promotion of my exhibition this week led to a bit of media attention. i got to talk about my project and the exhibition to jetzt.de/süddeutsche zeitung, find the interview (in german) here. here's what the printed version in the papers looks like, the two artists in the pictures are dimitris taxis and WD.

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interview with D!

By | July 16th, 2013|interviews|

D!, Three D!'s III, Enamel paint on fibreboard, Athens, Koukaki District, 2011. Photo: ANDREASANDTHECAMERA with a history going back about 15 years, D! is a true veteran of the athens graffiti and street art scene. over the years he has arrived at a distinct aesthetic and typographic vision that stands out quite clearly [...]

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“the invisible architectures of exarcheia” – a street art project by galldindie

By | July 4th, 2013|blog|

galldindie at work i owe my acquaintance with marina - or rather her spraycan-wielding alter ego galldindie - to the lucky coincidence of running into her while she was painting her carnival de la vida trio on a wall not far from my house. it only took a few minutes of chatting to realize [...]

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interview with wild drawing

By | June 26th, 2013|interviews|

"welcome to athens" iconic artwork in exarcheia wild drawing - or WD - is easily one of the most versatile and active street artists in athens. his usually politicized works range from smaller stencils to pasting projects and huge freehand murals. originally from bali he has been painting in the streets of athens [...]

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interview with bleeps

By | June 18th, 2013|interviews|

bleeps - perhaps the most prolific political street artist in athens - has been continuosly creating complex artwork among other topics dealing with the crisis and the socio-political situation in greece. his work has been prominently featured in media reports on the crisis but is also frequently subjected to vandalism. find his manifesto and more information [...]

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Of Penguins and Tear Gas: The Street Art and Graffiti of #occupygezi

By | June 9th, 2013|blog|

If you have been following the images that have been flooding the internet from the streets of Turkey in the past days, you may have noticed that the movement of #occupygezi (also #direngezi, #resistanbul or #occupyturkey) has been quick to establish a very distinct visual identity, perhaps even more so since the Turkish media is [...]

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