By Jordi Raich
Bogotá: Grafiticity is a bilingual English / Spanish book
Bogotá: Grafiticity es un libro bilingüe Español / Inglés
Bogotá is the guts of Latin American road paintings. This e-book compiles 158 examples of its creativity of urgency and emergency, the terror and fury of a constructed state in improvement, of a country at struggle, of violence and low, vallenato and coca, theatre performs and corruption, museums and legal bands, shrimps and frying, multimillionaires and multimiserables, of a land of magic and tragic realism. Love and hate in spray strokes.
Bogotá es el centro del arte callejero de América Latina. Este libro recoge 158 muestras de l. a. mejor creatividad de urgencia y emergencia, los miedos y furores de un país desarrollado en desarrollo, de un país en guerra, de violencia y café, vallenato y coca, teatro y corrupción, museos y combinations, camarones y fritangas, multimillonarios y multimiserables, de una tierra de realismo mágico y trágico. Amor y odio a golpe de spray.
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