Le Mur de L’Art 2012 – Day 2 1

My Life on My Bike and Alternative Paris are daily covering  the exhibition of Le Mur de L’Art in Paris.  Every day a new post with fresh pictures and a video-teaser are presented in our website.The event happens until this Sunday (11thNovember) at l’Espace d’animation des Blancs Manteaux on Le Marais Cartier in Paris.The Paris Salon of street-art is gathering over 50 artists from France, Switzerland, Spain, Holland and other.Every day 3 live performances in a 6,2x4m panel show the work in progress of different artists. The stands of some artists are also used as ateliers and the public can enjoy  them while working in their canvas and installations in different techniques as stencil, paste-up, spray paint…

Le Mur de L’Art
Photo: Jonathan Edwards

Zosen and Gola Hundum for Le Mur de L’Art
Photo: Richard Beban

Missy for Le Mur de L’Art
Photo: Richard Beban

Cecile Nei filming Renson and Missy for Alternative Paris at Le Mur de L’Art
Photo: Richard Beban

Jerome Mesnager for Le Mur de L’Art
Photo: Richard Beban

Paella stand at Le Mur de L’Art
Photo: Richard Beban

Smole stand at Le Mur de L’Art
Photo: Richard Beban

Alternative Paris crew, which I am contributor editor is recording a documentary  during the Le Mur de L’Art show, exploring some issues of the street art world. In my Studio at Rue des Rosiers on Le Marais, just a few meters from the event, the artists are coming to share their thoughts about this important artistic movement. Beside the cinematographer Charles Devoyer, so far we already interviewed 20 artists that are participating on Le Mur de L’Art show.  Check out the pictures below.

SIXO drawing for Alternative Paris documentary
Photo: Charles Devoyer

Sam, Louic and Turk with Fernanda Hinke during the interview for Alternative Paris documentary
Photo: Charles Devoyer

Fernanda Hinke interviewing Chanoir for Alternative Paris
Photo: Charles Devoyer

Jane & Js preparing to be filmed by Charles Devoyer
Photo: Jonathan Edwards

Jane & JS stencil for Alternative Paris documentary
Photo: Charles Devoyer