La Rochelle Disparue (Vanishing La Rochelle)
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La Rochelle Disparue (Vanishing La Rochelle)

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Description
As part of the On the walls, histories of graffiti season, launched in the spring of 2018 by France’s National monuments center, Lek & Sowat were invited to live and work for a month in the city of La Rochelle. Thanks to the help of the National monuments center and its agents, as well as the support of the city’s departments of culture and heritage, the artists chose to work both inside the Saint Nicolas tower and also outside, in key locations of La Rochelle. This series of 24 postcards presents a selection of these ephemeral installations in addition to works executed by other anonymous artists, traced, etched or signed throughout the last centuries and that Lek & Sowat discovered while discovering the city.


Entitled "La Rochelle Disparue" (Vanishing La Rochelle), this book has 24 postcards. It is signed and numbered on 100 copies by the artists. Published in 2018, the format is 5,7 x 4,1 inches (14,7 x 10,6 cm) folded and 5,7 x 107,4 inches (14,7 x 272,9 cm) unfolded. Texts are in French. Design by Formaboom.

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Additional Information

Artists

Lek & Sowat

Type of work

Book

Edition of

100

Signed by the artist

Yes

Number of pages

24

Format

5,7 x 4,1 inches (14,7 x 10,6 cm)

Language

French

Year of edition

2018

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Lek & Sowat

Lek & Sowat

The meeting of Lek & Sowat happened in 2010 at a collective exhibition organized by the Graffiti Art magazine at the Celal gallery. They shared a common taste for Urbex or Urban Exploration, the art of finding and creating things in abandoned places. Pushing the boundaries of traditional graffiti, their in situ experiments are a mix of video, architectural abstraction, installations and archeology, creating a modern form of urban land art.
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