Wednesday 15 June 2022 ↦ 19h30
Exhibit street art
Formerly essentially vandal, urban art becomes more polished by investing places that are intended for them. From wild graffiti to neo-muralist street art, new walls are available to artists. Does this mean that this art of rebellion in the public space is becoming institutionalized and museumified?
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The Wild Incursions exhibition is at the heart of these reflections and invites, for the time of a debate, the Parisian cultural actors who today provide street artists with dedicated creative spaces: Jérôme Dauchez, president of the MUR Oberkampf (11th arrondissement), Jérôme Coumet, mayor of the 13th arrondissement and sponsor of the open-air museum (13th arrondissement) and Nicolas Laugero-Lasserre, artistic director of the urban art center Fluctuart (7th arrondissement).Stéphanie Pioda is an art historian, journalist and publisher . As a connoisseur of urban art, she is the author of a notable monograph of street artist Speedy Graphito.