Painted murals of Paris 13.
“Et j’ai retenu mon souffle”
A fresco painting by FAILE, the Brooklyn-based artistic collaboration between Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller. The duo made their first fresco in France, at the corner of rue Jeanne d’Arc and Boulevard Vincent Auriol, they painted a 12-storey building.
Untitled frescoes by Seth.
Born in Paris, in 1972, Julien Malland began painting murals in the 20th arrondissement of Paris under the name of Seth. He made himself known among Parisian graffiti artists by creating characters.
“Etreinte et lutte”
By Conor Harrington in March 2017, an Irish painter living and working in London.
“La Madre Secular 2”
By INTI, an artist of Chile. His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. He has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide.
“La Madre Secular 2” its a lay representation of the Madonna, where the sacred remains outside the religious context, and stands as something possible without breaking the laws of nature. Through the iconic composition, with symbols linked to nature and science, this Madonna replaces the apple from the biblical tale for Newton’s apple, as an allegory to the era of knowledge and skepticism.
“Our utopia is their future” by INTI, avenue d’Italie.
“High Hopes” by Sainer, a native of Lodz, Poland.
Polish graffiti artists Sainer and Bezt, collectively known as Etam Cru, paint large scale murals of surreal scenes heavily charged with Eastern European folklore, mysticism, fantasy and witty humor.
Mural Painting by REKA, in 2015.
James Reka is a young contemporary from Melbourne, Australian artist based in Berlin, Germany.