Urban Art Fair

Art, Street art
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© C.GaillardGalerie David Pluskwa (Marseille)
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© C.GaillardL'artiste Kan devant ses oeuvres pointillistes, Galerie 42b
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© C.GaillardSession de Live Painting lors du vernissage jeudi soir.
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© C.Gaillard'Mémoire de la Villa Médicis 2' par LEK de la Galerie 42b.
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© C.GaillardBanksy et Mr. Brainwash mis en regard par la Graffik Gallery de Londres.
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© C.GaillardMonsieur Chat et Miss.Tic sont aussi de la partie.
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© C.Gaillard'Clash' de Clet !
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© C.Gaillard'7h14, Paris' de Saype
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© C.GaillardAlec Monopoly détourne le célèbre jeu de société.
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© C.GaillardL'Artistik Rezo galerie et son art presque brut.
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© C.Gaillard'Red and black light', Jo Di Bona
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© C.GaillardLe panneau publicitaire a enfin de la valeur grâce à Katre.
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© C.GaillardLes fameux lettrages de JonOne.
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© C.GaillardSpeedy Graphito de la Galerie David Pluskwa.
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© C.GaillardBestiaire magnifique d'Antoine Gamard
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© C.GaillardOeuvres de Marc C. Woehr
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© C.GaillardBoîte aux lettres revisitée par Jérôme Mesnager.
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© C.GaillardGalerie Le Mouvement (Paris)
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© C.GaillardPopay y Pelucas, galerie Green Flowers Art

The first ever Paris exhibition dedicated to urban art.

From April 22-24 the Carreau du Temple presents Paris’s first ever international exhibition dedicated to urban art, inviting around 30 galleries from around the world to display the works of up-and-coming young artists. All 3000 square metres of the iconic 3rd arrondissement cultural space will be taken over by urban art forms like tagging, calligraphy and vandal art, inviting the visitor to explore a side of the art world that’s usually under-represented inside the city’s museums (after all, is something still ‘urban’ once it’s in an art gallery?). The programme also includes performances, projections and conferences by experts in the field.

TRANSLATION: MARIA THOMAS

By: Clotilde Gaillard

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Event website: http://urbanartfair.fr/
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