Radical #StreetArt tour today in #Barcelona

Radical #StreetArt tour today in #Barcelona, in english, 12h Sant Antoni market http://barcelonastr … #okupa #hortcomunitari #anarchism #art (TWEET found here)

Photo album: #Radical #StreetArt #Barcelona

Urban Art : Anarchy in the City (Barcelona Graffiti / May 2008)

[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/AbnMQAI?p=1 width=”450″ height=”313″]

The Revolution is Fertile

(related link: Bold, Beautiful, Blooming Barcelona asks: What would it mean to win?)

La Otra Carboneria

La Otra Carboneria || Compte Urgell 30, Barcelona
Okupa tu també 😉

Squatters and Graffiti at “La Otra Carboneria”

The “Other Coal-house” describes itself as “A self-managed social centre, an open space for the neighbourhood and the city, occupied in civil disobedience to laws that perpetuate injust situations; from which to generate social activities such as debates, lectures, information points, artistic practices, workshops, knowledge exchange, etc.”

CSO Barrilonia

BARRILONIA, the squatted social centre of Raval, evicted during hte summer. We put on and participated in many Peruvian and Latin American solidarity nights and parties here.
http://barrilonia.blogspot.com.es/  |  !!! ACCIÓN SOLIDARIA POR EL AGUA Y LA VIDA EN PERÚ !!!  |  Barcelona con Bagua


via – #BSST Art Gallery http://tinyurl.com/c6625b3

la belleza es tu cabeza

(The beauty is your heaad)
scrawled all over Barcelona city…

INVADER @ Carrer Cervantes, Barcelona (Near placa trippi / George Orwell Square)

Invader (born 1969) is a French urban artist who pastes up characters from and inspired by the 1978 arcade game Space Invaders game, made up of small coloured square mosaic tiles that form a space invader character mural. He does this in cities across the world, then documents this as an “Invasion”, with books and maps of where to find each invader.



Travel Bar Barcelona Free Walking Tours: Our guide Jamie standing beside a bit of Barcelona street art, a wheat paste of a flying pig, also notice general graffiti and tagging, and also the Ⓐ the anarchist symbol. http://tinyurl.com/c2g3s5b

Invisible Miles de Viviendas, Barceloneta

ya que tenemos que morir
que sea pues depués de haber vivido
no solos y desesperados como viejos románticos
sino como hombres, mujeres,
híbridos de ser mortal [e inmortal] que somos

(roughly translating as….)

Well we know that we will die
but that we will do so having lived
not alone and desperate like those old romanitcs
but as men, women and hybrids
knowing that we are mortal

we are thousands

… I’ll leave you with the poem which is still visible from the last remaining internal wall of what was the Miles okupa in Barceloneta (little Barcelona)…

Full article at: The ongoing “war” against Barcelona’s okupas and its social movement(s)

Abrir Portas y hacer huertos en Horta : opening doors and making gardens in Horta

Related article: Barcelona: 3 early morning raids on 3 squats, including MAKABRA

CSO El Barco (squat social centre: the boat)
Tue Mar 13, 2007

per la unitat de la llengua i dels Paisos Catalans : for the unity of the language and the Catalan Lands

Gracia youth independence squat

via libcom.org – Political graffiti in Barcelona



6 Responses to Radical #StreetArt tour today in #Barcelona

  1. fuspey says:

    Urban Art : Anarchy in the City
    Barcelona Graffiti / May 2008

    [blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/AbnMQAI?p=1 width=”550″ height=”443″]

  2. fuspey says:

    #BRAT (Barcelona Radical Art Tour) fotos #2 http://tinyurl.com/bgg7ejq #Radical #StreetArt #Barcelona #art @fuspey @PezBarcelona @AnonOfTheAbove

  3. fuspey says:

    doing this tour again this sunday at 3.30, if anyone wants to join us… san antoni metro station

  4. fuspey says:

    The battle for space in Barcelona: the ‘rose of fire’

    Beyond indignation and in the wake of a housing market crash, a series of daily battles are taking place on the streets of Barcelona over the use and purpose of urban space.

    Barcelona is a city entangled in urban conflicts. As one walks through the city’s streets, each housing block has at least a few esteladas (the flag symbolizing Catalan independence from Spain) hanging from its balconies; accompanied by banners denouncing hospital closures, education cuts, immigrant detention camps ,capitalism, or simple calls for a decent neighbourhood (“Volem un barri digne!”). While the colourful graffiti that beautifies the city’s otherwise bland, grey walls is more often than not accompanied by indignant slogans. “La vida es una passion inútil,” reads one singularly powerful example, “Life is a useless passion.”


  5. fuspey says:

    Sunday week we will do another RADICAL CULTURE tour of Barcelona city, sun 24th March 3pm

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