Saturday 23rd September 2017,
Post-Soviet Graffiti

(In Belarus) The Spray Can is Mightier Than the Sword

In the Studio at Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty. July 2011. Prague, Czech Republic. (Photo: RFERL).


Last week Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty published a feature photo-essay based on our findings in Belarus during their attempted July 3rd revolution. We were also honoured to be featured as guests on their weekly “Blender” podcast.

You can listen to our “Blender” podcast interview by clicking on the play button below. Our segment on political Belarusian graffiti begins at approximately 19:45.

If you enjoyed our interview, please check out our feature photo-essay, titled “The Spray Can is Mightier than the Sword (3:45). You can reach this publication by clicking on the red link below:

Click here to listen to and watch “The Spray Can is Mightier Than the Sword” on Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty. 

Press accompaniment for “The Spray Can is Mightier Than the Sword”:
“Alexis Zimberg and Nicholas van Beek are traveling the former Soviet Union to document how graffiti is used as a form of protest when other outlets of expression are limited. They explain the dissenting opinions they saw on the walls of the Belarusian capital, where the government has been battling opposition protests.”
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