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Beautiful Street Art by French Artist Christian Guemy

All the street art paintings which you are going to see here are made by Christian Guemy. He is a Paris, France based artist and is also known as C215. Christian loves to draw with stencils to showcase his art works and ideas.
By having a look at his art works you can easily find out that this artist loves to do close ops of people. Most of his subjects include street kids, homeless people, refugees, beggars and old age people. Have a look at his art, hope you like.

I Wish I Said Hello-Project

I was buying flowers, you complimented me on my white leather jacket

According to Wikipedia, a missed connection is an occurrence where two or more people are unable to exchange contact information or the information that is exchanged is lost. These missed connections are generally associated with romance, but they may also be business-related or otherwise. Through the use of publications and websites some people seek to reconnect with their missed connection.

The authors find there’s something poetic about this desperate hope for the reencounter, but also something very ironic about using the internet as the tool to achieve it. It turns out that in the era of social media, when we’re supposedly connected to anyone in the world, the network of missed connections is one of the most inefficient ones.

Street-art ethos, a mesmerizing digital canvas, wild tapestries

What to see in L.A. galleries

Sometimes artists make the best curators. And sometimes galleries organize better exhibitions than museums.

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Detail of Retna’s “She’s Got a Slight Grip on My Eye” (shown in full below). (L.A. Louver)

Both happen with “Roll Call: 11 Artists From Los Angeles” at L.A. Louver. Organized by Gajin Fujita, the exhibition reprises “Art in the Streets,” an overblown extravaganza that the Museum of Contemporary Art organized in 2011. In that half-baked sprawl, the art all but disappeared into City Walk-style displays and social events.

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