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Enthusiasts INSIDE / OUT: In Bayonne, Street Art admits on the walls but also in gallery

18:50  20 october  2021
18:50  20 october  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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"Inside / Out" is a collective exhibition of ten invited artists as part of the Street Art Festival "points of view". Bayonne and its surroundings turn into an open pit museum and prestigious case for a movement that continues to grow. To see until 14 November at Didam, a contemporary art space of the city.

  Inside/Out : À Bayonne, le street art s'admire sur les murs mais aussi en galerie © provided by FranceInfo

on the walls, in galleries, Street Art is everywhere in Bayonne. And especially in the Didam, the city's contemporary space for the exhibition Inside / OUT . A collective exhibition that allowed ten European artists to resume the path of the workshop to enrich their art. The result is to be discovered judged on November 14 as part of the Festival Points of View .

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Street Art does not appear only on the walls of cities. Urban artists also spend a lot of time working for their works. This is what is highlighted in the Inside / OUT exhibition. The ten guests were able to test new techniques and formats, which is not always easy to do. "There is much more freedom on workshop work than on a very constrained job in the public space" explains Alban Morlot, Exhibition Commissioner. "You have to come and see the exhibition for better readability of their work in the street".

Points of view

This exhibition is part of the Festival points of view, created in 2017 in Bayonne. Forty-four mural frescoes are visible in the streets of the agglomeration. "It's a social bond, it's an open-air museum, everyone can go, it's free," says Cyril LAIGUILLON, Deputy Sports and Emerging Practices of the City of Bayonne.

This year the festival is growing and exports to other communes in the Basque Country. Art accessible to all, which transcends social codes. Street Art is definitely imposed as a safe bet of culture in France.

Exhibition Inside / Out at Didam , 6 Quai de Lesseps, Bayonne - Free admission - Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 14h to 19h30.

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