The Participatory Art of JR (in the Bronx)

French street artist JR partnered with Bronx’s Hunts Point Alliance for Children to present “Through A Mother’s Eyes,” a community art project which involves inhabitants of Hunts Point in South Bronx, in images taken by and of themselves. Participatory art at its finest.

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JR also recently wheatpasted some huge posters in Soho as part of his “Lakota, Dakota Nation” project.

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More images on my flickr
Images by Charles le Brigand

All rights reserved. Une production de Brigand © 2011

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  1. [...] a few feet of the High Line’s north end. Weekend walkers called out to JR, now recognizable far and wide, and the big face became the latest back drop for photo ops in the sky. During a mid-day break [...]

  2. [...] a few feet of the High Line’s north end. Weekend walkers called out to JR, now recognizable far and wide, and the big face became the latest back drop for photo ops in the sky. During a mid-day break [...]



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