Trespass: Uncommissioned Public Art

Updates from and letters to the editor

Historical Teaser 3

As I’ve been thinking about “controversy” lately, here’s a selection of some more political material Trespass has of course not shied away from.
I remember talking to Barabara Kruger early on in the research, who said, “There was so much more at stake for us.”

Situationiste Slogan, ‘Beneath the pavement, the beach‘, Paris, 1968

Billboard Liberation Front, “Shit Happens”, 1989

Peter Missing, New York City, 1980s, Photo: Clayton Patterson

Barbara Kruger, “Pope Fetus II”, New York City, 1989

Joey Krebs aka Phantom Street Artist, Los Angeles, 1990s, Photo: Anthony Freidkin

Please note these historical images are a selection among hundreds of contemporary images featured in Trespass: Uncommissioned Public Art

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