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Appel à candidatures ouvert maintenant jusqu'au 31 juillet 2020 ! Lancement de la 2eme année de la section Art et Image de @ecolekourtrajme . Pour postuler, trouvez le lien dans ma bio! https://artetimage.ecolekourtrajme.com Et vendredi / samedi/ dimanche retrouvez nous pour l exposition des étudiants de cette année dans nos locaux !
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Ce vendredi 3 juillet à 16h aura lieu le vernissage de la première promotion de ma session Art et Image dans les locaux de l’école Kourtrajmé à Montfermeil. Nous vous attendons ! See you there ! Dates de l’exposition : 4 et 5 juillet @ladjly @jr @faridacagniard #@marieandreart @baptistelignel @ecolekourtrajme
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More images of the new Mural up in Brooklyn, New York ! You can listen to every single stories (even the dog bark in his audio) on the free app « JR Murals » Thanks @joshuabgeyer for the 📸
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NEW YORK ... You can hear every single story of the people on this mural by pointing your phone with the free app « JR murals » to the mural ! Gréât pasting team @joshuabgeyer @luanasaltiel @ludmilakreichman @emmaberrebs @marc @jkscatena @brooker6360 @losh_me @bklyneville @devonhwilson @jennakrypellstudio @dianebarthelemy @downtownbrooklyn Photos by @marc @ludmilakreichman Merci @brooklynmuseum ! Show is still up!
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NEW RELEASE!! on @socialanimals my lithograph "Giants, Brandenburg Gate, September 27, 2018, 18h55, ©️ Iris Hesse, Ullstein Bild, Roger-Viollet, Berlin, Germany, 2018" - 50 x 75 cm // 19.7 x 29.5 inches approx. , 14 colors lithograph printed on Marinoni machine, white paper BFK Rives, 300 grams, numbered /180 on the bottom left corner and signed on the bottom right corner. On October 3, 2018, a GIANT was installed in Berlin on the Brandenburg Gate for the German National Day celebrating the 28th anniversary of the reunification of the country. I used an archival photograph by Iris Hesse on November 10, 1989, during the fall of the Berlin Wall on this place symbolizing the division then the reunification of Germany.
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4 years ago, with my brothers @osgemeos we did a very special project in the basement of the @palaisdetokyo #LascoProject @hugovitrani During Occupation (1940-1944), the basement of the Palais de Tokyo was requisitioned to store the 1200 pianos stolen by the Nazis to the Jews. Working on the walls and on memory, we used archive images, paintings, and drew candles on the ceilings. The pianos and the pianists came back. For security reasons, these pieces are not accessible to the public. They will stay forever on these walls and our memory. Racism and antisemitism kill. We must refuse them. Il y a 4 ans, avec mes amis @osgemeos on a fait un truc très spécial au @palaisdetokyo #LascoProject @hugovitrani Pendant l’Occupation (1940-1944), les sous-sols du Palais de Tokyo ont été réquisitionnés par les Nazis pour stocker les 1200 pianos volés aux Juifs. Dans cet espace fermé, on a travaillé sur les murs et sur la mémoire. On a repris des images d’archives, peint, dessiné à la bougie sur les plafonds. Les pianos et les pianistes sont revenus. Ces œuvres ne sont pas accessibles au public pour des raisons de sécurité. Elles resteront longtemps là-bas et dans nos souvenirs. Le racisme et l’antisémitisme tuent. Contre cela aussi, il faut adopter des gestes barrière. @xabu @kanciukaitis @hugovitrani @palaisdetokyo
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New MasterKlass available here and on YouTube with the great @officialspikelee and @ladjly for our students of @ecolekourtrajme ! @netflixfr
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21 days ago
Spent some times in the neighborhood to see the eyes from people’s home ...
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#tbt 10 years ago ... @vhils drilling the wall ! Still up in downtown #LosAngeles
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Adama Traoré x George Floyd --- Hommage des étudiants de @ecolekourtrajme @ladjly --- « Avec en avant plan les marques au sol qui étaient à l’endroit exact ou George Floyd est mort à Minneapolis peint par l’artiste @__zenith______ , l’oeil d’Adama Traoré et celui de George Floyd regardent vers l’horizon, dans des directions différentes … Il n’est pas question de confondre la France avec les Etats-Unis. Tout y est différent : violence, police, justice, prisons, etc. Mais, en France, comme aux États-Unis, et dans de nombreux autres pays, les noirs sont victimes de racisme et de discriminations. Ensemble, nous devons changer les choses. » Collage Paris 10Eme au 15 rue Jan Karski Adama Traoré x George Floyd --- Tribute by the students of @ecolekourtrajme @ladjly --- « On a foreground bearing the marks on the floor of the place where Georges Floyd died in Minneapolis designed by the artist @__zenith______ , the eye of Adam Traoré and the eye of George Floyd are looking at the horizon. Things are different in France and in the US : violence, police, justice, prisons, etc. But in France, like in the US and in many other countries, Blacks are too often victims of racism and discriminations. Together, we must change that. » Pasting Paris 10, at 15 rue Jan Karski additional photos by @baptistelignel @aguirre_schwarz
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Today we lost one of my favorite artist of all times @christojeanneclaude ... he was a true legend and I had the chance to witness him at work and visit his studio in NY too... i took this photo in Italy couple hours before he completed one of his large piece Walking on Water ... His work will continue to inspire generations. Sending love to his family and Vladimir his nephew. .bye bye Christo .
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"I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: 'We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal. I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood. I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a state sweltering with the heat of injustice, sweltering with the heat of oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice. I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream today." …. By Martin Luther King Jr. Photo by Ernest Withers of the “I Am A Man" demonstration, the 1968 Memphis sanitation workers’ strike, the last march led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. before his assassination. I posted this photo in Washington DC in October 2012.
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