Wall Talk

Graffiti of the Egyptian Revolution

Sherif Boraie

The 2011 Egyptian Revolution gave birth to an unprecedented explosion of popular political and social expression in the form of bold, defiant, and oft

English edition
3 March 2020
680 pp.
485 color
15X14cm
ISBN 9789775864185
For sale worldwide

$29.95

The 2011 Egyptian Revolution gave birth to an unprecedented explosion of popular political and social expression in the form of bold, defiant, and often unforgettable street art and graffiti. This acted as both the revolution’s chronicle, its commentary and response to the headlong rush of events, and as a driver of the revolution, a powerful means of influencing and directing what people felt, thought, and did during the heady days and months that followed from the 25 January 2011 uprising. Wall Talk takes us on an epic journey through the street art and graffiti that filled Egypt’s streets between 25 January 2011 and 30 June 2012. Matched with a corresponding timeline of the key events of those eighteen months, it presents an enthralling and invaluable record of a moment in time that changed the course of Egyptian history forever.  A Zeitouna publication.

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Sherif Boraie

Sherif Boraie, a Cairo publisher, lives in Dahshur.
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