The Loading exhibition runs until July 21, 2024 at the Grand Palais Immersif. It traces the evolution of urban art, highlighting the influence of digital production and distribution technologies on artists in this field.
Over the course of the 20th century, city walls became the preferred medium for artistic expression, a space for creation, exhibition and subversion, evolving on the bangs of official institutions. With the advent of the Internet and social networks, street art has undergone a revolution, defining artists' relationship with the city.
The exhibition spans the vast spaces of the Grand Palais Immersif, serving as backdrop and screen for urban works presented in 360°. From New York's subways, to the large-scale murals of the 2000s, to pictorial and drone-filmed creations.
It explores the latest developments in graffiti vandalism, daring artistic actions and spectacular detour.
You'll have the opportunity to discover urban art in all its diversity, enriched by innovative digital experiences. So don't hesitate!
To get there, take metro line 1 at Saint-Paul towards Château de Vincennes and get off at Bastille. Walk for two minutes and you're there.
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