Author Archives: Jordana Woodley

Resistance and Solidarity in Palestinian Graffiti

Palestinians used graffiti for political, social, informative, and aesthetic purposes. On the separation barriers, graffiti was done by Palestinians and internationals in protest of the wall (although much of it was created by the latter). Away from the wall, graffiti … Continue reading

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Young Iraqi Artists

A trend among young Iraqi artists is to depict the brutal, violent, political world in which they live – although their instructors and patrons would prefer happier subjects. Young artists in Iraq have been shaped by the US occupation and … Continue reading

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