How Urban Arts Are Transforming Asia’s Youth Culture

How Urban Arts Are Transforming Asia’s Youth Culture

An exhibition in Berlin spotlights how skateboarding, breakdancing, and street art are influencing Central and Eastern Asia.

Plus Aziz
  • 4 september 2011

It should come as no surprise that urban art can break down cultural boundaries, both within a society and across different groups. Despite the element of competitiveness that exists in urban arts (whether it be a breakdancing battle, the territorial wars of street artists, or global skateboarding tournaments) it all seems to move towards the spirit of global cooperation and cross-cultural understanding through the creation of communities.

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