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.
Ibiza: the abandoned constructions of the Cala d’En Serra
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!
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!
Goussainville: graffiti in the Old Town district
Vestiges of an ancient village, the Old Town of Goussainville, in Val-d’Oise French department, is an enclave in the middle of the suburbs. A sort of hybrid urban and rural cluster, with old abandoned houses covered with graffiti. Vestiges of an ancient village, the Old Town of Goussainville, in Val-d’Oise French department, is an enclave […]
Bucharest part 2: city tour along the murals
Discover Bucharest through a urban stroll amongst its murals and street artists.
Bucharest part.1: a city of many contrasts
History of the arrival of graffiti and street art in Bucharest.
Question #1. Elsa and Clara’s answers
Big launch of a series of articles answering the most common questions we’ve had about street art. For this first article we answer the question: How do we find the identity of a street artist when we come across an artwork in the streets? The question is legitimate: usually in museums, there is a […]