Dan Weiner, [Graffiti protesting the government’s removal and resettlement of Africans to reserves, Sophiatown, South Africa], 1954 (752.1974)
Charles Pratt, Edge of City, 1960 (65.1996)
Henry Ries, Brandenburg Gate, September 1989 (2.1991)
GRAFFITI: Form of visual communication, usually illegal, involving the unauthorized marking of public space by an individual or group. Technically the term applies to designs scratched through a layer of paint or plaster, but its meaning has been extended to other markings. Graffiti is widely considered a form of antisocial behaviour performed in order to gain attention or simply for thrills. But it also can be understood as an expressive art form.