Who owns the city? Who owns the open space? Citizens have already reclaimed the spaces in the city with graffiti and tags. In this context, street art is an attempt to reclaim the aesthetics of the city. To create an alternative to advertising. And to express thoughts freely. It is a forbidden alternative. And thereby a subversive act. Art. Which, in addition to the advertising that is supposed to encourage us to buy, those of the posters of various organizations, in addition to the official language assert itself. And shows that the city belongs to us. To the people who live in it. That our perspective, may it be so small, that this perspective becomes present in the public space.
Max Dogin documents street art that changes the image of the city with paste-up technique (and not only). Those are aesthetic attempts, invisible in the fast pace of the city. Pasted up in a hurry.
We are proud to show some of them here. Even if the author is not always known.