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The pyramid of the Louvre disappears

2016 May 26 - 12:46

Invited by the "world's largest museum", JR chooses one of its symbols, the pyramid of the Louvre, to make it disappear thanks to a surprising anamorphosis.

Discover it until June 27th.



JR au Louvre

2016 May 25 - 11:21


On Saturday May 28th, at 3pm, during 24 hours, JR takes over the museum of the Louvre. Conferences, masterclass, screenings, concerts, workshops... this exceptional program shines a light on the creation processes of an artist whose work emphasizes on collaborations.

More info here.


New Exhibition for Kids at Centre Pompidou in Paris

2016 Apr 18 - 22:32

From April 16th to September 19th, the Centre Pompidou in Paris welcomes "You are here," the exhibit - workshop, created by JR for children from 4 to 12 years old. A playful and educative exhibition that lets children travel into a life-sized urban city and become a paster for a day thanks to JR's photographs.

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Standing March Collaboration with Darren Aronofsky in Paris

2016 Jan 14 - 23:16

The Standing March was a major public artwork from a collaboration with Darren Aronofsky exhibited in Paris during the UN’s COP 21 climate conference. The video projection was created to remind leaders that the world is watching as they gather to negotiate a deal aimed at keeping global warming below 2°C. It was projected at night on buildings including the Assemblée Nationale, The Louvre, The Pantheon, The Musée Picasso, and The Bibliotheque Sainte Genevieve over the time spanning the conference. Music accompanied the projection, created by 3D from Massive Attack. 


New lithograph: "Migrants, Walking New York City"

2015 Dec 15 - 17:16

Social Animals introduces a new lithograph by JR, a limited edition of 180, from his project Migrants.

We would like to offer you a holiday exclusive 10% discount by ordering the new lithograph in the next 72 hours, using the code WALKJR

8 color lithograph printed on Marinoni machine
White paper BFK Rives 70 grams
Numbered /180 on the left side corner
Signed by JR on the right side corner (stamp and lead)
88 x 72 cm / 34,6 x 28,3 in. approx

In April 2015, the New York Times Magazine reached out to JR to think about a project together. JR had been working on immigration, and he told them he would love to continue what he had started on Ellis Island in the city.


ELLIS is Free on iTunes !

2015 Nov 23 - 21:44

After nearly 800 screenings all over the world, ELLIS is now available for free on iTunes in over 85 countries! We would like to thank all of those that organized screenings in their communities, we never had imagined the film could go this far.

If you would like to organize your own screening, download the film on iTunes & be sure to send our team pictures of your event!

Subtitles in 13 languages. Click here to download.


ELLIS Screenings

2015 Oct 28 - 21:02


Upcoming Screenings for ELLIS



Lazarides Gallery 

October 16 - November 12 

11 Rathbone Place, 3rd floor 

Wednesday - Saturday 11am - 7pm 



Galerie Perrotin Pop Up Space 

October 24 - November 8

130 Orchard Street 

Wednesday - Sunday 12pm - 6pm 


Sign up to create your own screening in your community here



2015 Oct 19 - 17:46

Lazarides welcomes JR back to London from October 16th - November 12th 2015. The exhibit, Crossing, features brand new works from the series Les Bosquets and Unframed Ellis Island. The showcase will feature a mix of color prints as well as the artist's signature wood mounted monochromatic paper pieces. Coinciding with the exhibition, the short film Les Bosquets will be showing at the London Film Festival. Click here for more information.


ELLIS - watch the trailer!

2015 Sep 29 - 05:50

Discover the trailer for ELLIS, a short film starring Robert De Niro, written by Eric Roth, directed by JR.

The short narrative film, ELLIS, awakens our collective memory. Leaving their past behind them, immigrants fleeing poverty, discrimination, dictatorship arrived there. Ellis Island was the gateway to the United States for millions of immigrants. Upon arrival, they were processed, approved or denied access. Due to sickness or simply tiredness, many were placed in the hospital. A purgatory of sorts, in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty, where thousands of men, women and children awaited their fate.