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Welcoming the Street Art Revolución

from The Los Angeles Times

Only a few weeks after Shepard Fairey finished work on a mural covering the side of an Urban Outfitters store in San Diego, someone else made his or her mark on top of it, sullying its crisp black, white, and red graphics with a sprawling blue tag. The Fairey mural had been commissioned as part of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego's exhibition Viva la Revolución: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape. The graffiti response was anonymous and unsolicited. Not exactly the kind of dialogue the museum had in mind, but also not entirely unexpected. more


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