Musée Graffiti Paris

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2006 A page of cartoons explaining the idea for the Graffiti Museum. Summary: one creates a pergola dressed with transparent foil. The public is invited to draw their contribution on the front or back of the foil. When deemed necessary the foil can be taken off to be catalogued, while new foil is attached to the construction.
- cultural space
- esthetics
The ‘Graffiti Museum’ was commissioned by the Fondation de France and the Centre National des Arts plastiques at the Jardin Lilolila, Paris, France in 2009
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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2006 Model of the ‘Graffiti Museum’
- cultural space
- esthetics
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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2006 Model of the ‘Graffiti Museum’
- cultural space
- esthetics
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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2006 Model of the ‘Graffiti Museum’
- cultural space
- esthetics
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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2006 Model of the ‘Graffiti Museum’
- cultural space
- esthetics
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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2006 Model of the ‘Graffiti Museum’
- cultural space
- esthetics
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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2006 Model of the ‘Graffiti Museum’
- cultural space
- esthetics
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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2006 Model of the ‘Graffiti Museum’
- cultural space
- esthetics
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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2006 Model of the ‘Graffiti Museum’
- cultural space
- esthetics
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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2006 Model of the ‘Graffiti Museum’
- cultural space
- esthetics
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis