Boulevard — On Trespassing and Culture is an international, art magazine that depicts the current and past discourse in street and urban art. The format sees itself as a supplement to existing magazines and publications in order to make the contents available to a larger audience beyond the respective national borders. Topics structure the individual issues and provide context. The focus is on theory, photography, artists’ portraits, current reviews and news. Boulevard is published every six month.
The website will also be updated every six months following the print edition. A monthly newsletter keeps subscribers and interested readers up to date. Facebook and Instagram are used in advance of and parallel to our events and for active maintenance of the network.
The print editions are accompanied by a conference or a workshop.
The workshop serves to experiment with alternative discourse and presentation formats.
The first Transgression Workshop will take place in September 2019, on the Campus Attisholz as part of the KR19, titled “Interpretations of Zero”.
The first Transgression Conference will take place in Frankfurt am Main in spring 2020.
Dr. phil. Harald Hinz
is an art historian. One field of investigation is graffiti, especially its history and the worldwide transfer of New York writing. In general, he deals with new and unknown forms of unauthorized art in public space.
is a freelance author, critic, consultant and curator specializing in alternative forms of unauthorized painting in public spaces. He is also editor of Zugriff — Publications on Visual Disobedience and initiator of the Museum of Visual Dissidence project.
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has been with us since the beginning of the year. He is a graduated theatre pedagogue and publishes his first children’s book this year. He has worked for over 10 years in the marketing and sales department.
developed and implemented exhibition concepts for an artist agency with a focus on graffiti in the mid-nineties. Since 2015 he has been active in the developement and implementation of the Urban Art project Campus Attisholz.