Warsaw Street Art II Warsaw

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Warsaw Street Art II – Alone in Mokotow again

As always, Judy went out in the snow trying to take the best picture of her life. She called me and asked me to go with her to Mokotow to find more graffiti worth taking photographs of. We decided that we wouldn’t be going so far because it was snowing, but still wanted to have a walk since whiteness was everywhere and that was very exciting!

I knew that there was some graffiti just around the corner, so we kept walking from Pulawska street, and then, close to Dreszera Park, we turned left.

In two minutes we were there.

The falling snow and the graffiti gave us a perfect picture. The greyscale paintings on the wall are from 2013, and (in my opinion) represent a family with a mother, a child and the cock being the patriarchal symbol. 

In 2013, Warsaw hosted a project to revitalize places all around the city; one of the outcomes was this wall where Judy found her picture and the question of her life.

Which came first: the chicken or the egg?

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Mokotów, ul. Racławicka 17, Warsaw

Opening Times

24 hours daily
Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)