JR: The Wrinkles of The City in Berlin. Inside Out at the Tribeca Film Festival. Posters in the North Pole.

The Wrinkles of The City, Berlin

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In April 2013, JR is working on over 15 buildings in the Berlin city limits, within the context of his project ‘The Wrinkles of the City’, portraying older people who have lived through the changes and upheavals of their city.  At the same time, he presents some work at Galerie Springmann.

In April 2013, JR is working on over 15 buildings in the Berlin city limits, within the context of his project ‘The Wrinkles of the City’, portraying older people who have lived through the changes and upheavals of their city. At the same time, he presents some work at Galerie Springmann.

See more photos here.

Inside Out

Inside Out

 

INSIDE OUT: THE PEOPLE’S ART PROJECT will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 20th!

“Inside Out” is a glowing testament to the power of the image and the role that art can play in transforming lives. An official Documentary Feature Spotlight selection at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, the film will premiere at the SVA Theatre on West 23rd Street, on Saturday, April 20th and debut exclusively on HBO on Monday, May 20th at 9pm ET/PT.

See the trailer here.

More on the movie here.

Portraits on the North Pole!

Polo Norte

Polo Norte

 

Last week the Inside Out Project went to the Top Of The World!.  A team of 16 people trekked to the North Pole to place a time capsule containing  over 2.7 million names to the bottom of the Arctic Seabed in an effort to create a Global sanctuary and declare it protected on behalf of all life on earth.  The team also carried a n Inside Out banner with over a thousand portraits of members of the #savethearctic movement  and placed it at he North Pole.  Both the time capsule and the Inside Out Eye stand in opposition to government and corporate interests who are scrambling to claim region to exploit its vast natural resources which are becoming available due to climate change.  Now we have The eyes of the world, at the top of the world, watching over the world. More on: http://intothearctic.gp

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