Street art
Whoever said that art can only be found in museums? Well, certainly not street artists! Despite its initial appeal for its subversive and illegal nature, street art has now become one of the most diverse and popular art movements worldwide. To learn more about the evolution of street art and its leading artists, check out our playlist!

Haring had championed the poster format as a traditional form of political activism. He saw in them the immediacy which we now think of when we think of his aesthetic.

It was in 1982 that he created one of his first posters. He printed and paid for 30,000 of them, which he gave out for free during an anti-nuclear protest in New York. He would use his platform to get us talking about socio-political issues often ignored, by employing a tradition used by political agitators since printing began.

Content produced by: Great Art Explained

On the agenda
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Keith Haring
By: Great Art Explained
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JR’s Studio Tour—Including a Life-Size Submarine
By: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
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23 Amazing Pieces Of Street Art Around The World
By: Insider
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JR in the Louvre Museum and the secret of the big pyramid
By: Musée du Louvre
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How did the graffiti evolve in the last 30 years
By: Brut
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Is graffiti art? Or vandalism?
By: Ted Ed
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Behind the Banksy Stunt
By: The Art Assignment