via Gapers Block: “Media Burn has digitized and published more than 60 hours of raw video footage filmed in and around Cabrini Green from 1995 to 1999 as part of Ronit Bezalel and Antonio Ferrera’s Voices of Cabrini.”
Reuters photographer Cathal McNaughton has documented the changing street art in the cities of Northern Ireland, known for the political murals that populate the landscape. Murals like the one shown on top, in Derry, of a masked petrol bomber during the 1969 Battle of the Bogside, are becoming less common.
McNaughton writes on his blog that while these murals, often gory or militant depictions, have become like “political wallpaper” for Belfast, Derry and even small towns, that the post-Troubles political shift has seen a rise in less contentious artwork.
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