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JR : can art change the world ?

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The most comprehensive monograph on the enigmatic French street artist "; now updated to include brand-new work

Filled with stunning photography, this

extraordinary monograph charts JR's widereaching

trajectory and a range of collaborative

projects executed across the globe. Created in

close collaboration with the artist, it features

chapters on each of JR's major bodies of work

"; from "Expo2Rue,' which launched his career as

a street artist, to "The Gun Chronicles: A Story

of America' published in Time magazine in 2018.

A specially commissioned graphic novel by

comic artist Joseph Remnant and a survey essay

by Nato Thompson tell JR's fascinating story.

About the author

JRis an internationally acclaimed artist, whose
large-scale, black-and-white photographs are
exhibited freely in the streets of the world.
Nato Thompsonis artistic director of Philadelphia
Contemporary, and was chief curator of Creative
Time from 2007 to 2017.
Joseph Remnant is a Los Angeles-based artist/cartoonist whose work has appeared in Arthur magazine, New York Times, and Juxtapoz.

Product details

Authors Jr, Jr, Joseph Remnant, Nato Thompson
Publisher Phaidon
Fine arts
Subject Humanities, art, music > Art > Plastic arts
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 19.09.2019
EAN 9780714879444
ISBN 978-0-7148-7944-4

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