Graffiti in Nachlaot, Jerusalem

The magical Nahlaot neighborhood of Jerusalem is located between Agripas, Bezalel and Jaffa streets. The neighborhood is built in the form of a courtyard neighborhood (the neighborhood houses enclosed as a sealed inner courtyard frame which was accessed through gates that were locked at night). This construction was typical of 19th century Jewish community building.
On the tour among the neighborhood's low-rise buildings you will find graffiti in a variety of techniques and styles.

The Nahlaot neighborhood is located near the Mahane Yehuda market and some of the artists such as Solomon Souza-kohn, for example, painted their graffiti in both Nahla and the Mahane Yehuda market. It is recommended to tour both areas on the same day and enjoy the unique graffiti language of Jerusalem.

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About me

My name is a Dror Hadadi and I have always loved and been attracted to the subversion art of graffiti. The urban art, which takes place in the public space 24/7, captivates my heart.

In my view, graffiti, is a free entry ticket to a global exhibition that is constantly changing, growing and evolving.

The graffiti creates and drives an artistic dialogue between the viewer, the architecture and the urban life. Sometimes graffiti disrupts, hurts,
and shatters its presence on the wall. Sometimes it brings the public wall to life, allowing us a colorful and exciting glimpse into the graffiti artist's private world – and our own world as viewers.
In both cases, instant communication and dialogue is created between the viewer and the message left for him on the wall.
The graffiti, due to its presence in the urban-public space, engages in dialogue with us on a daily basis, enabling us to communicate with the space near us, which serves as decor for our living and urban environment.

Enjoy!

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