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Street Art Print for Sale

As its name indicates, street art covers all types of artworks made in the street, often ephemeral and contentious. It can take the form of tags, monumental murals, collages, stickers, stencils and even installations. The city, and especially the street, is an infinite space of creation. As a place of daily passage, it allows the artist to reach his public and to convey his message. The risk inherent in this practice is a motivating factor for the graffiti artist, even if it forces him to work in a hurry, with the possibility of being interrupted at any moment.

The first graffiti was born in the 1960s in the United States in the city of Philadelphia and already announced the beginnings of modern street art. The American artist Allan Kaprow sees in this new pictorial technique the "displacement of the specialized gallery object to the real urban environment". Street art quickly reached New York City, where artists took over the "concrete jungle", billboards and especially the subway. Then, street art spread to Europe in the early 80s. 

With the explosion of the practice and the sale of spray paint, the laws were tightened and, very quickly, street art was considered as a vandal and rebel art. The biggest names of the time are Quik, Futura 2000 or Phase 2... In France, Blek Le Rat and Jérôme Mesnager are known. 

Since its beginnings, street art has never stopped evolving. Paradoxically, it leaves the street and arrives in museums and galleries. Increasingly attracting the interest of collectors, some artists agree to exhibit in closed private spaces, which offer them a more serene and applied creative process. 

The first exhibition dedicated to street art took place in New York in 1972. It will be followed by many others, in the greatest museums of modern and contemporary art in the world: the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Tate Modern in London... 

This entry in force of the street art in the market of the art divides the artists. Some refuse any vernissage and question the very essence of the movement. Some of them fear the institutionalization of their art (which is by nature unofficial) and at the same time the loss of the interaction they seek with the public. But the balance is created for many artists who combine the media: the street and the studio. 

The street can even become an official springboard to recognition. From now on, the most highly rated artists are encouraged to work in the public space. A return to the street, which illustrates the boom of this art, once vandal and now a driving force in the contemporary art market.

Discover on Artsper the editions of the great names of street art but also of the young emerging artists of the current world art scene. With Artsper, there is no need to worry about the quality and authenticity of the works presented. All of them are appraised by renowned galleries, which can only put on sale limited editions of 300 copies, unless they are all signed and numbered by the artist himself. From Shepard Fairey (Obey) to JR, from Jef Aérosol to Miss.Tic, via JonOne, the best of street art is just a click away!

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What is the definition of street art?

Street art can be defined as any type of art in a street or public place. The most common types of street art are graffiti, murals, installations and stickers. 

What are the different types of street art?

The main types of street art are graffiti, stickers, murals, installations and performance.

Is street art legal?

Street art often requires approval by a city's council in order to be legally installed. Many works of street art are unapproved and therefore illegal.