How did graffiti become respectable?

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Titre

How did graffiti become respectable?

Sujet

Street art - engouement - objet commercial

Description

Cet article met en exergue les différentes étapes qui ont permis au street art de gagner ses lettres de noblesse. Et d'en faire par la suite un véritable objet de commerce!

 

"FOR old school graffiti taggers, it may be the final proof that commercialism is destroying their proud culture. Justin Bieber, the Canadian singer, has been accused of spray-painting the wall of a hotel in Rio de Janeiro"

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Créateur

D.K.

Éditeur

The economist website

Date

10 novembre 2013

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Copyright © The Economist Newspaper Limited 2013. All rights reserved.

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English

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Web Page
Journalisme économique

Couverture

Monde 2013

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FOR old school graffiti taggers, it may be the final proof that commercialism is destroying their proud culture. Justin Bieber, the Canadian singer, has been accused...

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2013-12-06 19:30:34

Date

10 novembre 2013

Langue

English

Titre

How did graffiti become respectable?

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http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2013/11/economist-explains-5

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The Economist

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Journalisme économique

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Citation

D.K., “How did graffiti become respectable?,” Les enjeux de la commercialisation du street-art, accessed March 21, 2019, http://tranb300.ulb.ac.be/2013-2014/groupe369/items/show/39.