To populate our cities with wildlife is perhaps the mission that the artist ROA has set for himself. In his exhibition entitled Natural History, at Itinerrance, he asks us the following question: ‘Have we lost the link with Nature?’.
Last weekend, in the drowsiness of the winter and the lockdown, I finally watched Faces Places; the two-voice documentary film by Agnès Varda and JR, released in 2017. Travelling across France from one village to another in JR’s truck converted into a photography studio, the two accomplices set off to meet faces and their stories.
Last October, I had the chance to discover NeSpoon stencils scattered in the small seaside resort of Cefalù in Sicily! A Polish multidisciplinary artist, she is inspired by traditional lace patterns in her must-see works. NeSpoon interprets in her own way, through street art, this ancestral craft technique which has “a universal aesthetic code deeply […]
Ememem is making “flacking” art, a term he invented himself* to talk about his first hole “filling”! For this short article, we wanted to tell you about this artist and his unique technique.
Maye is a French artist working in the public space. He started with graffiti and then evolved in the more institutionalised scene of international street art. His murals are inhabited by filiform, emaciated characters and his universe is a complex interweaving of details that embody a fragile balance. Inspired by urban and nomadic cultures, his […]
This autumn we had the opportunity to rediscover PichiAvo’s work in London at the opening of their exhibition ‘Marbles and Bronzes’ at Stolen Space Gallery on Brick Lane in Shoreditch.
La Cala d’En Serra is a small cove situated in the north of the island of Ibiza. Uphill from it, the abandoned site of an unfinished hotel stand out. An idyllic spot of graffiti & urbex, I absolutely wanted to share with you the images of my exploration!
This great news cheered us up throughout the whole summer: we’ve released our Invisible Walls stickers to invade our cities – and yours 😉
Rouen, the city of a hundred bell towers where I spent every summer of my childhood, is becoming an unavoidable street art destination in France. For the second edition of the festival “Rouen Impressionnée” I rediscovered this city and it impressed me!
Photographer and artist of note, Thomas Jorion captures the beauty of ruins and forgotten heritage. On the terrace of a café on the banks of the Ourcq canal in Paris, we talked about his memories of his childhood and discussed his experience of vandalism, inherent to his urbex approach. From his first urban explorations to […]