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Monica MIRZA's insight:
Avril 2012, Ben Slow s'appropriant un mur parisien...
Aujourd'hui, un merci à Lucile DebethunesansdoutedansleNord pour la découverte de ce street artist britannique :-)
"A collection of photographs taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed. In 1973, civil servant John Hutchinson photographed areas in London which were under threat of redevelopment. He feared the Victorian buildings that had survived the Blitz would be lost forever, so he set out to photograph them for posterity."
Thanks to @EnglishinComo for having me discover the pictures !
" Invisible Art brings together works from the past half century that explore ideas related to the invisible and the hidden. The exhibition includes work by some of the most important artists of our time as well as younger artists who have expanded on their legacy.
From the amusing to the philosophical, there are works you can observe and others you can take part in. [...]" - Southbank Centre is the largest single-run arts centre in the world and includes Royal Festival Hall, Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, Poetry Library and 21 acres of creative arts...