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Online Free Screening “Martha: A Picture Story”

For all located in Slovenia we have good news: during the festival you’ll be able to watch  the documentary about photographer Martha Cooper for free. The online free screening is available for viewing on the Cinesquare platform. Click here and enjoy!


Martha Cooper is an unexpected icon of the street art movement – a tiny, grey-haired figure running alongside crews of masked graffiti artists.   In the 1970’s, as the boroughs of New York City burned, she worked as a photographer for the New York Post, seeking images of creativity and play where others saw crime and poverty. As a result, she captured some of the first images of New York graffiti, at a time when the city had declared war on this new culture. Martha and her co-author Henry Chalfant compiled these images into the book Subway Art. However, the commercial failure of the book forced Martha to leave graffiti behind, moving on to document many other hidden cultures of New York. 

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