“Street art is a form of artwork that is displayed in public on surrounding buildings, on streets, trains, and on other publicly viewed surfaces. Many instances come in the form of guerrilla art, which is intended to make a personal statement about the society that the artist lives within. The work has moved from the beginnings of graffiti and vandalism to new modes where artists work to bring messages, or just beauty, to an audience.
Some artists may use “smart vandalism” as a way to raise awareness of social and political issues, whereas other artists use urban space as an opportunity to display personal artwork. Artists may also appreciate the challenges and risks that are associated with installing illicit artwork in public places. A common motive is that creating art in a format that utilizes public space allows artists who may otherwise feel disenfranchised to reach a much broader audience than other styles or galleries would allow.” – Wikipedia
Join us on a virtual visit of the street art in Bordeaux and a look at the artists that have made their name in the city. You will learn about the political messages, historical links and conspiracy theories that will make you look at Bordeaux as you have never seen it before.
To register please email Henley at email@example.com
The Zoom link will be sent out on the day.