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Friday 11 February 2022

Graffiti writing in Italy 1989-2021

Alessandro Mininno, author and writer, presents Graffiti writing in Italy 1989-2021 the new and updated edition published by bruno

320 pages about writing, tags, spray, streets and letters, with original photographs by writers


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The book talks about graffiti writing, or more simply, writing. About tags, sprays, streets and letters. With the photographs and words of its protagonists, it tells the birth and evolution of this phenomenon in Italy, how a handful of kids changed the face of our cities forever. All it took was minimal resources, a lot of perseverance and a fair dose of style. Signatures appear on the ground, on lamp posts, on tall buildings, in the tunnels of the metro and on public transport. They are the triumph of overbearing individualism, a reaction to the city itself that tends to dissolve the individual.


Sonda, Vandalo, Graffio, Naps, KayOne, Rae, Dumbo, Verbo, Fone, Creso, Longe, Hekto, Zeal, Ouch, Utero, Zuek, Cento, Rame, Naso, Poison, Ver, Stand, Rocks, Jason, Heman, Atomo, Fumo, Joys, Peeta, Fayer, Zeal, Lemon, Sky4, ZeroT, Dayaki, Solow, Rendo, Spyder7, FlyCat, Drop C, Mace, Sika, Rusty, Kaos, Panda, Styng, Bean, Dem, Boost, Tawa, Metro, Airone, Eron, Lego, Dra, Krisa, Arix, Texas, Mind, Zoe, Blast, Fra32, Clock, Nitro, Muko, Trota, Sand, Rayn, Kid, Mastro K, Isey, Chob, Magma, Dafne, Senz, Karma, Evian, Oste, Brus, Pilchi, Snitch, Sher, Sera, Game, Zelda, Jamba, Sayko, Besk, Secse, Capo, Filthy, Hero, Worn, Rats, Files, Dodge, Wish, Rohw, Ringo, Font, Chaos, Rud, Onil, Enko4, Sherif, Matar, Norma, Dirty, Loser, Spice, Zeus, Neo, Pazol, Opium, Eroin, Giose, Cromo, Vins, Smit, P.zee, Fonser, Aber, Kotone, Tapes, Gees, Noce, Reps, Nemo, Swoc, Rhum, Daze, Rancy, Tyson, Doz, Kers 

and many more.

The event is free, but seats are limited to 40 people allowed inside Parco Gallery – on a first-come first-served basis. In any case, remember to wear the FFP2 mask and bring your Green Pass!

The book is available at Parco Gallery.

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