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The must-read book of this upcoming autumn is definitely The Sleepwalkers by Christopher Clark. In this work, the author tells us how subtle –yet totally avoidable– political slides brought the Europe of the 1910s to WWI. While Brexit is getting bogged down and the far right took in power in Italy as well as in a growing number of countries of the European union, this new issue of GRAFFITIART asks the question: are we witnessing the emergence of a pre-war art? Italian artist Biancoshock uses visual jokes to capture urban reality, since humor has become the vernacular tongue of social media. But what do these images really say? Dereliction and absurdity seem to write a sort of a manual to survive in our increasingly hostile environment. In Germany, with a different spirit, Moses & Taps™ express a relentless desire to stay free, with the idea that freedom is only worth something if it comes at a cost. In the United States, Kevin Peterson and his hyper-realistic paintings already speak about the after-war: his children pair up with animals in search for the adults who caused this disaster and make them pay. Paint it black? Maybe, but let’s keep our eyes open.

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