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11 Feb

Street art

Publié par Philippe

Street art

Short movie directed by : Sami Lorentz, Audrey Espinasse, produced by : LaToileBlanche, Audrey Espinasse, film editing : Jeremy Leroux, cinematography : Sami Lorentz, Audrey Espinasse, cast : Corinne Augustin, King Bobo, Docteur Bergman, Andrew Wallas, Kaldea Nakajima, Yann Lebacques, Sabine Meyer, Robert Desjanlais, Joris Delacour, 10mn26s, (2017).

 

Street art finds his own roots inside paintings made by the first human being on the walls of prehistoric caves. This artistic movment underline itself at the end of the 20th century and it doesn't be confused with urban art or projects involved by administrations like the American Federal Art Project during the 1930's. The film director Sami Lorentz asks to the street artist King Bobo introducing him the ephemeral art. The people don't pay for watching street art masterpieces in spite of the fact that street artists want to be highlighted in museums or receiving private money for working more easily. The street artists perform in a spontaneous way like raw artists do. This spontaneity materialized itself by rejecting rules and using all the supports they can. The street artists must work in a kind of emergency because they don't want to be arrested by the police. The street art practise has rised up since the 1960's. At the beginning they follow the goal to be known and also talking to the audience. The next generation of street artists try to introduce calligraphy inside their wall drawings. The last generation is now exhibited inside museums but some of is members refuse to become like official artists.

Andrew Francis Wallas.

Andrew Francis Wallas.

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