“Nûdem Durak” by Mahn Kloix in Marseille, France
July 23, 2020
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French painter Mahn Kloix just finished a new fresco in the streets of Marseille. The fresco was made as tribute to Nûdem Durak, a Kurdish woman imprisoned for singing in Turkey. The artist shared this artwork together with a quote from Pınar Selek, a Turkish sociologist exiled in France during an interview by les Inrockuptibles: “They…
Coverage: “Matiere Noire” an exhibition by Borondo in Marseille, France
October 19, 2017
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On October 7th in Marseille, Gonzalo Borondo have presented Matière Noire, the Spanish artist’s biggest exhibition to date. The opening saw hundreds of visitors immersing themselves into a journey through the history of representation. Using 20 shops spaces and the entire top floor of the Marché aux Puces as exhibition areas, Borondo has created a…
Preview: MATIÈRE NOIRE, exhibition by Gonzalo Borondo in Marseille, France
October 7, 2017
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On October 7 th, Catherine Coudert and Galerie Saint Laurent proudly presents Matière Noire, international artist Borondo’s biggest exhibition to date in the heart of Marseille’s famous antique Marché aux Puces, one of the largest markets in Europe. Curated by Carmen Main, the show is co-produced by Gonzalo Borondo himself and Italian artist, and his…
“A Ciel Ouvert” by Felice Varini at La Cité Radieuse in Marseille, France
July 27, 2016
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Swiss artist Felice Varini recently unveiled a series of new anamorphic pieces at La Cité Radieuse, a building designed by Le Corbusier in Marseille, France. These three artworks are part of the “Open Sky” project and are entitled “Rebonds par les poles”, “Quatre droites aux trois croisements” and “Triangles perks”. Varini’s intention for this project was to simply create a different…
“La Madre Secular” by INTI in Marseille, France
June 2, 2016
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Our friend INTI is currently in Marseille, France where he just finished working on this beautiful new piece. Painting at the Flea Market in collaboration with Galerie Saint Laurent, the Chilean artist brought to life this beautiful piece which will surely brighten the daily life of local residents. Take a look at more images after the…
“Young Girl” by Stinkfish in Marseille, France
April 12, 2016
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Stinkfish is still in Marseille, France where he just dropped a shiny new street piece in the ruins of the Ancien Magasin Industriel A. Biétron. Stinkfish is a Colombian artist who uses found photographs to recreate the images and portraits on the streets all around the world. The pictures are then overlayed with a multitude of vibrant colours…
Stinkfish in Marseille, France
April 5, 2016
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While we last heard from him in Paris a few days ago, Stinkfish has now reached Southern France where he linked up with his friend Zas from APC crew. Painting on the streets of Marseille, the Colombian artist brought to life some of his signature imagery for the locals to enjoy. Vibrant stenciled portraits of…
1010 paints a new street piece in Marseille, France
April 17, 2015
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After a lengthy trip around India, 1010 is back in Europe where he just finished working on a brand new piece somewhere on the streets of Marseille.The popular muralist is painting convincing, colorfully banded holes in walls. 1010 is reproducing a 3D technique on the flat. Even though they’re being painted on concrete walls, these…
David Mesguich paints new pieces at the Baumettes Prison of Marseille, France
February 11, 2015
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After the fresco of that he made with prisoners from Fresnes prison in 2012, David Mesguich also known as User79 recently spent some time at the Baumettes Prison in the 9th arrondissement of Marseille in France. Entitled “Self Construction” and “World Of Fence”, the French artist unveiled two strong pieces which are sure to brighten…
Jef Aerosol “Take A Walk On The Wild Side” New Mural – Marseille, France
November 25, 2013
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While we last heard from him last month in Bordeaux (covered), Jef Aerosol is now in Marseille where he just wrapped up this new piece.The French stencil artist painted yet another tribute to Lou Reed which is entitled “Take A Walk On The Wild Side”. The “i” being replaced by Bananas. This wall was organised…