From the 1970s onwards, Burhan Dogancay photo of urban walls all over the world; these he then archived for use as sources of inspiration for his painterly works.
The project today known as "Walls of the World" grew beyond even his own expectations and comprises about 30,000 individual images.
It spans a period of 40 years across 5 continents and 114 countries. In 1982, photographs from this project comprised a one-man exhibition.
WHY PEOPLE PICK US?
With the commercialization of graffiti (and hip hop in general), in most cases, even with legally painted "graffiti" art, graffitists tend to choose anonymity. This may attribut to various reasons or combination of reasons.
Radical and political
Graffiti often has a reputation as part of a subculture that rebels against authority, although the considerations of the practics often diverge and can relate to a wide range of attitudes.
Graffiti may also be used as an offensive expression. This form of graffiti may be difficult to identify, as it is mostly removed by the local authority.
Graffiti is a controversial subject. In most countries, marking or painting property without permission is considered by property owners and civic authorities as defacement and vandalism, which is a punishable crime, citing the use of graffiti by street gangs to mark territory or to serve as an indicator of gang-related activities.
Brilliant exhibition! Based on different national conditions, many people believe that China's attitude towards Graffiti is fierce, but in fact, according to Lance Crayon's film "Spray Paint Beijing: Graffiti in the Capital of China", Graffiti is accepted by many people in Beijing, China, and even the police do not make much interference. But politically and religiously sensitive graffiti is not allowed.
The principal element of Suprematism in painting, as in architecture, is its liberation from all social or materialist tendencies. Through Suprematism, art comes into its pure and unpolluted form.