Underground Doesn’t Exist Anymore
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Underground Doesn’t Exist Anymore

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Description
This book presents three projects by Lek & Sowat (Terrains Vagues, Vandalisme Invisible, and La Trappe), curated by Hugo Vitrani at the Palais de Tokyo. From 2012 to 2014, the two French artists invited fifty international artists, most of whom were writers, to contribute works within the contemporary art venue, both legally and illegally. The book features underground ventures, as well as ephemeral or permanent experiments. We are thus questioned about the place of graffiti in an institution.

Format : 6,69 x 9,44 inches (17 x 24 cm), 340 pages.

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Artists

Lek & Sowat

Number of pages

340

Format

6,69 x 9,44 inches (17 x 24 cm)

Year of edition

november 2016

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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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