If you haven't taken the time to watch French street artist JR's 2011 "TED Prize" talk, do so now. The Inside Out project is one of the most inspiring and comprehensive examples of art-as-social-change that I've seen in a long time. And the best part? It's open to everyone. Go on people, get involved.
Working anonymously, pasting his giant images on buildings, trains, bridges, the often-guerrilla artist JR forces us to see each other.
Street artist JR made a wish in 2011: “Join me in a worldwide photo project to show the world its true face.” Now, a year after his TED Prize wish, he shows how giant posters of human faces, pasted in public, are connecting communit... Read Post
Watch French street artist JR get his TED Prize wish for a global art project in Inside Out, a fresh-from-the-Tribeca-Film-Festival documentary that debuts tonight at 9 p.m. on HBO. Director Alastair Siddons (Turn it Loose) crisscro... Read Post