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  • Art, public spaces, and private property along the streets of New Orleans
  • Activism ; Art ; Cultural studies ; Louisiana ; New Orleans ; Private property ; Public space ; Street ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • This article investigates how and why a street art controversy that emerged in post-Katrina New Orleans was transformed from a dispute over property transgressions to a broader struggle over the meanings of art amidst the city’s devastated condition
  • . The controversy began when a street art ini-tiative by the New Orleans artist Rex Dingler invoked a backlash of anti-graffiti activism. In re-sponse, local artists began painting on the walls. When the locals were joined by artists from differ-ent cities
  • , the discussion intensified about the merits of street art as well as commentary on and re-flection of a city facing systemic decline and property abandonment. Street artists, anti-graffiti ac-tivists, and property owners negotiated local private property
  • 2014