Trebuchet 5: Art & Crime

Trebuchet is a biannual contemporary art magazine which dives deep into artists and their work to explain why it's good, rather than just tell you that it is. 

Art and crime are two things that might be considered subjective. This issue of Trebuchet explores theft, social resistance and street art, cultures where art may be limited or restricted, and art that revels in its glorification of criminal tendencies. 

Features include:

Metaphor under the eyebrows of the Mullah
Art and public morality in Iran

Criminal Endeavour
Prof. Noah Charney on the business of crime

Street Art: Cash and cache
New flesh for lucrative system

Master forgers, guile and redemption
Shaun Greenhalgh: bargains and vulnerability in the art underworld

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