NOWNESS.com present a film portrait from
filmmaker Matt Black featuring TED Prize-winning guerilla artist JR. The mysterious self-described “photograffeur” reveals his local project with a global impact and talks street art in the Middle East.
Elaborating on his ongoing, collaborative street art project. The artist has been printing large-scale photographs for contributors around the world, and empowering them to paste these images in their communities. “It’s true art. That’s why people want to participate.”
JR: Blow Up on Nowness.com.
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This November, Saatchi Gallery presents JR: Chronicles – the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years.
Palazzo Strozzi in Florence has today unveiled a major new installation by acclaimed French contemporary artist JR, whose site-specific artwork […]
Perrotin gallery to present Tehachapi, a solo exhibition by French artist JR. In October 2019, JR received permission to work in a maximum-security prison located in Tehachapi, California.
Today, TIME publishes Finding Hope: A TIME 100 Special Report. In the issue, members of the TIME 100 community—including leading doctors, scientists, politicians, artists, athletes and entertainers—address the coronavirus pandemic by sharing insights into how to navigate this new reality and offering solutions to the challenges we must all now face, through op-eds, interviews with TIME, and more.