A large retrospective of Keith Haring’s work focusing on the diversity of his socio-political iconography. The exhibition—which was made possible in part by Citizens of Humanity—is on view at Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris through August 19th.
Photos courtesy of Angelique Groh and The Keith Haring Foundation
The lol-so-threatening “Paris” Pete Doherty. (He runs away in England)
Our boy Kenzo Digital killed it with this digital jungle projection at the recent Kenzo fashion show in Paris.
Adel Abdessemed’s 16-foot tall bronze sculpture “Coup de tête” is now on view in front of the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Claude Lelouch SPEEDING through the streets of Paris at dawn in this 1976 short film. Probably the best thing you will watch on the internet today.
by Will Robson-Scott
An 1890s Satanically themed nightclub in Montmartre.
Spotted on the set of his new film The Foam of the Days in Paris.
See more angles at the Blenheim Gang
One night in Paris with the street artist.
A fresh entry in the legacy of ad interventionists.
Photos by Mat Jacob featured in the book Descente interdite: graffiti dans le métro parisien
I just returned from Paris, where I saw a surprising amount of graffiti and street art, especially by French artists such as Space Invader, Horfe and members of the UV TPK crew. I wasn’t able to track down any of Andre’s “Love, Graffiti” series, so this video of his Melrose & Martel piece will have to do.