Street-Art, or Urban Art is an artistic contemporary movement that can contain every types of Arts
that can be realized : in the street, in public areas,
on the walls, the doors, the pavements.
And artists can use really various methods of creation,
such as : tags, stencils, stickers, posters,
cut-out, ceramic (etc.)
This specific term is used because Street Art
has to be distinguished from a territorial movement which is led by vandalism and illegality. Street Art is not always done
in a legal way but its artistic value is not questionable.
The Urban Art is alive thanks to a generation who wanted to express itself (and show itself to many people), but who also wanted to let its visual signature by (sometimes)
infringing laws; a way for this generation to exist
within the society.
The Street Art is a powerful tool of contestation, provocation and subversion.All the Street Artists exhibit their art in the same place : the street."I wanderer in the streets of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haïfa. I walked to discover walls, doors, abandoned buildings, ephemeral works of all the Israeli Street Artists and others; known or anonymous.
Israeli Street Artists : Dede, Known Hope, Klone, Foma, Smig, Sboy, Latzi, Wonky Monky, Sened, Jack TML, Broken Fingaz ...