As the first year of Aesthetics of Crisis is swiftly coming to an end, I thought a thematic end of year review might be an interesting experiment. So here it is, a year in crisis street art, emerging from urban activism and social movements, featuring old and new icons, following no particular logic and informed by some inevitable biases.
[For a more comprehensive overview of the street art
and graffiti of Occupy Gezi see this blog post
published earlier this year]
[For a longer post about the aftermath
of Pavlos Fyssas’ murder click here ]
[Follow this link for an article I wrote about Merkel-themed
street art for the blog urbantimes.co]