January 15, 2013

Last week, I witnessed an art event I thought would possibly never occur: the Museum of Modern Art made a serious step forward in recognizing the cultural importance of graffiti writing and hip hop at their fascinating panel discussion, “Writers and Writers: Narrative on the Page and in the Street.

Read more of my coverage of this groundbreaking panel in my article The Vandals Are No Longer Too Hot To Handle at MoMA on Hyperallergic: http://hyperallergic.com/63498/the-vandals-are-no-longer-too-hot-to-handle-at-moma/

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