Can Art change the world? (revised and expanded edition)

Can Art change the world? (revised and expanded edition)

by

Description
Entitled "Can Art change the world? (revised and expanded edition)", this book by JR, Nato Thompson, Joseph Remnant and Marc Azoulay was be published in 2019. There are 336 pages, the format is 9,8 x 8,4 inches (25 x 21,5 cm).

The most comprehensive monograph on the enigmatic French street artist - now updated to include brand-new work.

Filled with stunning photography, this extraordinary monograph charts JR's widereaching trajectory and a range of collaborative projects executed across the globe. Created in close collaboration with the artist, it features chapters on each of JR's major bodies of work - from 'Expo2Rue,' which launched his career as a street artist, to 'The Gun Chronicles: A Story of America' published in Time magazine in 2018. A specially commissioned graphic novel by comic artist Joseph Remnant and a survey essay by Nato Thompson tell JR's fascinating story.

The price of this book is displayed without tax (VAT).
You aren't concerned by this tax if your billing address is in countries outside the European Union or Switzerland or your company is located in Europe (you have VAT number). Contact us if you have any question.

Payment methods
• Credit card : Mastercard, Visa, American Express

• Paypal (free of charge)
• Bank transfer.

Shipment and delivery
The shipping cost depends on weight and number of books have been purchased.
• International shipping
• Shipping insurance
• Tracking number
.

 

Sell or purchase other artworks
Should you wish to sell artworks from your collection or to acquire other works by the artists, do not hesitate and call us : +33 (0)9 72 47 49 63 or email us : contact@soldart.com.

33.18 €

Additional Information

Type of work

Book

Artists

JR

Number of pages

336

Format

9,8 x 8,4 inches (25 x 21,5 cm)

Language

English

Year of edition

2019

Provenance of this artwork

Publishing house

Share

The artist

JR

JR

JR was born in 1983 in Paris. In 2001, he started photography and decided to travel across Europe to meet the artists who expressed themselves in the street. Between 2004 and 2006, he produced his first series of collages, entitled "Portraits d’une génération", portraying the inhabitants of the Bosquets housing projects. At the time, riots broke out in the suburbs.
more about artist >