As a tribute to June 20 World Refugee Day, TRT World speaks to three artists from three countries that have been torn by war and displacement.
A new collective of Syrian artists and activists is trying to send a message to the outside world, by taking inspiration from Banksy.
Algeria's youth, denied freedom of speech, have taken to graffiti and street art to express themselves. Here's what they're saying.
The graffiti was discovered in one of the French capital’s metropolitan trains on Tuesday, prompting the International League against Racism and anti-Semitism (LICRA) to file a complaint.
The graffiti on Cuba's streets is a means of talking about social issues in a coded away, now mostly tolerated by the authorities.
Government approval is required to display art in galleries, so some artists in Ho Chi Minh city are unleashing their expression on the streets for public viewing to bypass what they consider censorship.
French-Tunisian artist El Seed says his graffiti artwork has added new perspective to Cairo's impoverished Manshyet Nasser known as "Garbage City", challenging judgment and misconceptions
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