Political Graffiti - Paris in the late 1960s
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March 26, 2016
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What do such graffiti as these tell you about the zeitgeist – the spirit of the times – in France in the late 1960s?
The graffiti of Paris in May, 1968, such as the slogans above, articulated the revolutionary zeitgeist: a profound disaffection with the delimited offerings and exclusionary, authoritarian nature of society under The Fifth Republic...
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Slogans interweaved new revolutionary ideals of action, individuality and festivity with traditional revolutionary intentions. It was, after all, “the first revolution that demanded roses as well as bread.” The extent of the graffiti alone indicates the desire for rejuvenation and popular empowerment...
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