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First Retrospective Exhibition entitled “Freedom, Equality, Brotherhood”
October 17 – November 8, 2014

Opera Gallery Paris is proud to present the very first retrospective exhibition dedicated to the French Street and Stencil Artist, Christian Guémy, aka C215. In just a few years, C215 has become one of the world’s favorite talents of the current Street Art generation – and one of the rare French artists to fully assume an international career.
The theme of this exhibition, entitled “Freedom, Equality, Brotherhood” spans the entire period of his ten-year career and includes all of the artist’s favorite mediums: posters, cardboard, mail boxes, road signs, recycled wood…
The 35 works of art on display reveal all the intricacy of C215’s favorite subjects: travelling, childhood and adolescence, street life and scenes, animals – including his famous cat, world history, literature, the arts and, of course, the artist’s daughter Nina, who has become the painted eyewitness of her father’s artistic exploration.

Read full Press release  here

“Freedom, Equality,Brotherhood» will open on from Friday, October 17 and will run until Saturday, November 8, 2014 at Opera Gallery located on 356 rue Saint Honoré 75001, Paris.
Inauguration by invitation: Thursday, October 16, 2014 starting at 6:30 pm.

Fatiha Amer, Director
Tel. + 33 1  42 96 39 00  or + 33 6 60 60 19 11

Some of the available works at this exhibition are:

1. Delhi Kids, stencil, spray paint and acrylic on wood fence, 66 x 70 cm – 26 x 27.6 in.
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2. Bring Back Our Girls, stencil, spray paint and acrylic on cardboard, triptych, 65,5 x 150 cm –
25.8 x 59 in.

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3. We All Need Love, stencil, spray paint and acrylic on canvas, 78 x 144,5 cm – 30.7 x 56.9 in.

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4. America, America, stencil, spray paint and acrylic on antique map, 123 x 113 cm – 48.4 x 44.5




Author: Fran

Founder and editor of Urbanite. Street Art lover who after the finishing her MA thesis on the muralist movement in the 1920-50s, developed a fascination for street art and graffiti that eventually led to collaborations with different art blogs, including the creation of this one.