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Speaking Through Graffiti in Kazakhstan

Written by Mahina Shodizoda On 15 March 2014 @ 14:43 pm | 2 Comments

In Arts & Culture, Central Asia & Caucasus, Citizen Media, English, Kazakhstan, Photos, Quick Reads, Russian

Graffiti by Repas Workshop, image used with permission. [1]

Graffiti by Repas Workshop, image used with permission.

Over the last ten years, a street art group based in Almaty, Kazakhstan, has been using graffiti [2] to express ideas and statements. The group, Repas Workshop [3], presents [1] [ru] the most recent examples of their impressive graffiti artworks in a blog.

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[1] Image: http://yvision.kz/post/405250

[2] graffiti: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graffiti

[3] Repas Workshop: http://vk.com/repasworkshop

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