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Thierry Noir: Thirty Years of Political Street Art


Thirty years ago, Thierry Noir surreptitiously painted elephants, bunnies, and faces on the Berlin Wall. It wasn’t just a subversive act of protest; it was very dangerous. He painted mile after mile of artworks on the wall, which not only highlighted how ridiculous the barrier was, but also brought new attention to the wall and emboldened other artists. A new exhibit looks at the Berlin Wall and Noir's later works. Get a sneak peek right here.
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