Throughout her artistic career, Aya has garnered significant attention from national and international press and publications, becoming a recognized figure in the contemporary street art landscape. This recognition serves as a testament to the captivating nature of her work and its ability to resonate with audiences across diverse cultures and backgrounds.


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2. Atallah, Nadine, Macdonald, Duncan, and Segone. In Conversation: A Painting Show. MASR Research in Modern & Contemporary Art, 2019, exhibition catalog. [Link].
3. Ben Cheikh, Mehdi. Djerbahood. Albin Michel Editions, 2015, books. [Link].
4. Grewing, Meinrad Maria. Urban Art! Biennale 2015. Wunderhorn, 2015, catalog. [Link].
5. Hamdy, Basma, and Stone. Walls of Freedom. From here to Fame publishing, 2014, books. [Link].
6. Gröndahl, Mia, and Tristan Manco. Revolution Graffiti. AUC press, 2013, books. [Link].


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