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Where Graffiti is a Rarefied Art

Where Graffiti is a Rarefied Art

A feast of exhibitions from Monaco to Cannes

Quik, 'Paint on Canvas': 'His work sassily combines Lichtenstein and Koons probably without even intending to'© Collection ADG

Monaco, dormitory town of the discreetly super-rich, isn’t the most obvious place to find a major exhibition of street art, the subject on which many recent commenters on theartsdesk are impassioned. The pavements of this city within a principality on the scale of village, clinging to a precipitous Mediterranean hillside above a gleaming marina, betray barely a trace of chewing gum or dog excrement, let alone graffiti. 

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