STREET LIFE: JR ON THE WALL IN DUBLIN
“Just finished the piece in Dublin in collaboration with the local artist Maser. This is part of my project named UNFRAMED where I use images from the archive of photography. This one was madein Dublin in 1913. The Labour movement in Dublin became involved in a serious conflict with the employers, known as the Lockout. Here you can see acrowd awaits the arrival of the first food ship from England. The piece is up onLower Leeson St next to the Sugar Club if you are in the area” —JR
“Just arrived in Dublin and look what s on the walls of the city center … some posters from my INSIDE OUT PROJECT where people send their portrait to me and i send them back giant poster but I never know where they ll past it” —JR
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