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If classical art has always been a source of inspiration for contemporary creation, it is regularly called upon and reinvented by urban artists of all generations, from Ernest Pignon-Ernest to Levalet, including Blek le Rat, Banksy, C215, Miss Tic, Jef Aérosol, Invader...
Pretexts for playful winks, supports for political demands, subjects for iconoclastic projects... The collections of the Louvre and major museums, hijacked by street art, serve as a meaningful reflection on our current issues - gender issues, ecological urgency, the positioning of the artist, culture and consumption, the omnipotence of the image...
Richly and judiciously illustrated, this book by art historian Cyrille Gouyette shows the relevance of new artistic approaches which, thanks to yesterday's references, open our eyes to today's realities.
Author : Cyrille Gouyette
Préface: Nicolas Laugero Lasserre
208 pages Softcover book
21 x 23 cm