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Global Street Art - Libya - Art In The Streets - MOCAtv

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Published on Mar 28, 2013

In this video, students of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Tripoli, Libya join street artists and professors to participate in a massive mural that spans the walls across from one of Muammar Gaddafi's former compounds. The structures of a force that once terrified and oppressed the Libyan people are now reduced to rubble; on the other side of the road, artists paint images of hope, peace and unity. Street art - and any form of creative expression - was unthinkable during Gaddafi's rule, and it's uplifting to watch these artists repossess their city's walls with artistic expression.

Filmed in Tripoli by Osama Al Fitory. Music by Modus and Beta Music for MOCAtv. Featuring the works of Taha El Aga, Asmaa El Sewesy, Ayman El Jehani , Rayan El Azzaby and many others. Produced by Soraya Morayef


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