Transforming a door, fence, trash bin or mailboxes which have been degraded, aged, worn by time, into obvious beauties and stylized realistic portraits, is the prerogative of C215, now an essential artist on the « Street Art » scene.
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|Artist||C215, alias Christian Guémy (né en 1973)|
|Number of pages||132|
|Dimensions||220 x 220|
Catalogue bilingue de l'exposition "C215, Community service" à la Galerie Itinerrance, Paris (12 novembre - 25 décembre 2010).
From New York to London, Tel Aviv, Dakar, Moscow, Vitry, Casablanca and New Delhi, his stencils are present on every continent and raises urban art to real visual, popular and interactive poetry. In a style recognizable by all, his subjects and themes show his involvement against poverty and exclusion.
Indeed, this nomadic artist represents a world where street kids, refugees, homeless people aren’t hidden, but highlighted on the walls of our big cities. In black and white or with bright colors, the visual language of C215 enriches our streets and our lives.
Community Service unites the testimony of a dozen phototgraphers from Europe and the United States. They give their personnal interpretation of the artist’s works following his evolution in style and suggesting themes of refl ection to pedestrians admiring these