Urban Discipline 2002

Urban Discipline

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Exhibition catalogue.
The elaborate hardcover catalogue to accompany the third Urban Discipline exhibition in 2002 contains 144 color pages. It features detailed portraits of all 34 artists, among them Os, Gemeos, Banksy, Toast or Zedz, including with extensive image material and personal texts written by the participants.

The Urban Discipline 2002 catalogue has become a rare collector’s item for graffiti fans and art lovers all over the world.

Participating Artists:
Os Gemeos, Vitche, Herbert, Nina (Sao Paulo / Brazil), Puzle (Melbourne / Australia), Mear (Los Angeles / USA), Joker (Portland / USA), Banksy (London / UK), Zedz (Amsterdam / Netherlands), CMP (Kopenhagen / Denmark), Stak, HNT, Andrè, Alexone (Paris / France), Nami/La Mano (Barcelona / Spain), Dare (Basel / Switzerland), Toast (Bern / Switzerland), Loomit, Sat One (Munich), ECB (Landau), Viagrafik (Mainz)Seak (Cologne), Peter Michalski (Dortmund), Stuka (Braunschweig), Esher (Berlin), Tasek, Daim, Daddy Cool, Stohead (Hamburg)
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Publisher
getting-up
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Published on
Dec 31, 2002
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Pages
144
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ISBN
9783000094217
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Language
English
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Genres
Art / General
Art / Graffiti & Street Art
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Eligible for Family Library

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