Interviews from Alex “DEFER” Kizu and examples of his early work are featured in the new book, “The History Of American Graffiti” written by Roger Gastman, co-curator of MOCA‘s “Art In The Streets” exhibit, and Caleb Neelon.
From the publisher:
“Comprehensive, and accessible, Roger Gastman and Caleb Neelon’s The History of American Graffiti offers an unprecedented tour through this vibrant, controversial art form and the grassroots movement that surrounds it. Featuring over 1,000 never-before-published photographs and interviews with hundreds of graffiti artists from New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Cleveland, Phoenix, and beyond, The History of American Graffiti is a raw, real, and revealing look at one of the most unifying institutions of modern city life.”
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