On the streets of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, graffiti functions as more than just art — it is also social commentary. Walking along the streets, down alleyways, and through alcoves, one sees walls sprayed with messages from Syrian migrants, warnings about corporatism, and supportive statements on the fight for women’s equality. Scattered from Savamala to Stari Grad, meaning “old town,” this city’s street art celebrates self-expression and aims for improvement of myriad social issues. From the heart of the old town to the urban waterfront neighborhood, these are the stomping grounds of the city’s most notable artists.
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