One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Artwork that is created in a public space, typically without official permission.‘many people I know don't even notice street art’
- ‘Despite his lack of interest in street art, he's not confined to the canvas.’
- ‘Melbourne is now a major tourist destination purely on the basis of its street art.’
- ‘A lot of their painting is about street culture and youth culture, with a lot of graffiti street art.’
- ‘Banksy has issued a statement urging people not to buy "street art" unless it was created for sale.’
- ‘They want street art to be seen as legitimate, as contributing positively to the urban landscape.’
- ‘The beauty of the street art in this city is that even if you're not the kind of person to stop into art galleries to have a browse, you can still have a truly awesome art experience: just slow down your walk a little bit.’
- ‘Far more than the doodles of bored delinquents, street art presents a clear social and ideological resistance to hegemony through its physicality.’
- ‘The problem with street art is that it cannot easily be sold on an auction block.’
- ‘It's genuine street art; I feel creatively nourished when I see it.’
- ‘I've been arrested for doing street art.’
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