Topic: Graffiti

Subay in front of his street painting in Paris in November 2019 (photo: AP Photo/picture-alliance)

Berlin's Human Rights Film Festival

"Yemen's Banksy" – Murad Subay creates art against war

Graffiti of a veiled woman holding a mirror (photo: Sarah Mersch)

″Art of Freedom. Freedom of Art″ in Tunisia

Carving out a niche between terror and bureaucracy

″Mahabharata″ by Teguh Santosa (photo: insideindonesia.org)

Indonesian comics

Reincarnating ancient heroes

Image from the book "Walls of Freedom" by Basma Hamdy and Don Karl (copyright: El-Zeft)

Art and revolution in the Arab world in 2015

Struggling against the restoration of "order"

German pianist Davide Martello is surrounded by anti-government protesters as he performs in Istanbul's Taksim Square on 13 June 2013 (photo: Reuters)

Tahrir and Taksim – Part II

Soundtrack of two revolutions

Revolutionary graffiti on Mohammed Mahmoud St in Cairo (photo: Arian Fariborz)

Tahrir and Taksim – Part I

A new culture of protest

Two women and a graffiti (photo: DW / Bettina Kolb)

Graffiti in Tunisia

A Weapon for Civil Resistance

Graffiti in Tunis (photo: Sarah Mersch)

Tunisia's Art Scene after the Overthrow of Ben Ali

Politics as Inspiration

Blouzaat.18: ''Who is in who is out'', Ahmad Sabbagh, silk-screen print on canvas, 29x29 cm, “Expired… Dying New World Exhebition”, Amman, Jordan, 2009 (source: From Here To Fame Publishing)

Modern Arabic Graffiti

Ancient calligraphy meets politics in modern Arabic graffiti