From its subversive roots to the current explosion of interests, no one has documented the raise of graffiti and street arts better than http://12ozprophet.com/index.php/martha_cooper” target=”_blank”>Martha Cooper. In its celebration of all that is art on the streets, http://moca.org/” target=”_blank”>Museum of Contemporary Art dedicated a wall just for Cooper’s photos from the last 40 years. During the midst of its completion, http://charlieinman.wordpress.com/” target=”_blank”>Charlie Inman of http://verynearlyalmost.com/blog/” target=”_blank”>VNA caught up with the photographer in a conversation about graffiti and street art’s past, present, and its vitality in the near future. Meanwhile, see one of the most complete compilation of street art at MOCA’s http://moca.org/museum/exhibitiondetail.php?&id=443″ target=”_blank”>Art in the Streets exhibit.
Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
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