Unframed - Belle de Mai / Marseille

Unframed – Belle de Mai / Marseille

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Entitled "Unframed - Belle de Mai / Marseille", this book by JR was be published in 2013. There are 104 pages, the format is 8,6 x 10,6 inches (22 x 27 cm).

Expect an additional period of 3 to 8 days for delivery.

Unframed is an ongoing project since 2010, realized using images by famous or anonymous photographers and archival images that JR interprets and takes out of their context depending on the place, neighborhood or city he works in.

In May 2013, in Marseille, France, at la Belle de Mai, JR dug into the identity of the neighborhood and invited its inhabitants to think about the memory of their streets by looking into their personal photo albums.

These photographs, old or recent, cropped or enlarged create monumental artworks on the facades of the neighborhood and transform these personal and multiple footprints of what is part of history and collective memory of la Belle de Mai.

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Additional Information

Type of work

Book

Artists

JR

Number of pages

104

Format

8,6 x 10,6 inches (22 x 27 cm)

Language

French

Year of edition

2013

Provenance of this artwork

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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.
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