BRASIL///THE HILLS HAVE EYES: JR IN THE FAVELAS OF RIO
French photographer/street artist JR, best known for his technique of photographing inhabitants of an area & pasting the resulting imagery up on grand scale around the community, has taken to the favelas of RIO DE JANEIRO in a grand project to honor the female residents of one of the world's biggest slums in a hillside installation called “28 Millimetres: Women”. Following in the footsteps of his recent large-scale installation in Spain, JR has truly outdone himself with this massive paste up, the scope of which is simply stunning. HAVE A LOOK:
- 08/04/2015 • STREET LIFE | OS GEMEOS TAKE OVER TIMES SQUARE WITH THEIR “PARALLEL CONNECTION” DIGITAL BILLBOARD PROJECT
- 08/25/2014 • PUBLIC ART | OS GEMEOS GO MASSIVE WITH “GIANTS” AT THE VANCOUVER BIENNALE
- 06/30/2014 • FIRST LOOK | OS GEMEOS: “A OPERA DA LUA” AT GALERIA FORTES VILACA, BRASIL
- 06/16/2014 • WORLD CUP | TEAM USA KICKS OFF WITH OFFICIAL ARTWORK BY FUTURA
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