Just received another great image from this @insideoutproject in Bangladesh. They did this Inside Out last year in a region I have never been to. This is what they wrote to go with the photo : This action is in honor of the millions of women working in the Bengali garment industry: leading the struggle for socio-economic justice in one of the world's poorest, and most densely populated countries now synonymous with sweatshops. Earlier this year (2013), the Rana Plaza collapse killed over 1,100 workers and became the second deadliest building collapse in history, next to 9/11. The installation went up on the waterfront of Dhaka's largest slum village, Korail, on Sept. 13th, 2013. Home to over 150,000 rural-to-urban migrants attempting to move into the city and out of poverty, the houses covered with prints are actually garment workers.The eyes look up into the high rise lofts of two of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the capital, 'we're watching you.' The message is Dignity In Industry.

Public Release of The Wrinkles of The City Havana, Cuba Movie

2014 Jun 24 - 16:45


The Wrinkles of The City Havana, Cuba film is now available for public view online! Directed by JR & José Parlá, the film documents their collaboration in the series of pastings and murals created across Havana in 2012. 

See the Nowness feature on the film here


AU PANTHEON! Thousands of faces inside and outside the monument!

2014 Jun 6 - 14:40

Since June 4th, JR's installation "Au Panthéon!" is open to the public. Thousands of faces collected in March 2014 from photos that were uploaded to the website, and at nine national monuments through an Inside Out PhotoBooth truck create this monumental work that surrounds the drum of the Pantheon's dome, and covers the floor inside the monument.
JR’s installation covers the dome, the cupola, and the floor of the Pantheon. The outside artwork will be exposed throughout construction on the Pantheon’s upper parts, whereas the inside installation will remain until October 5th, 2014.

More photos below.


Close up - Museum exhibition, gallery show and Inside Out Photo Booth truck in Shanghai

2014 May 22 - 22:06

At Power Station of Art, a recent museum, often compared to the Tate Modern in Shanghai, an exhibition highlights JR's work from Portrait of a Generation to Unframed (2010-14) and Inside Out. JR shows how in different contexts and around the world he managed to involve the people in the creative process in order to create monumental and singular actions based on black and white outdoor pastings. In the same time, at Magda Danysz gallery, JR's latest works are presented. An Inside Out Photobooth Truck travels around Shanghai for two months. The team also did pastings in the city. Until July 5th, 2014. Details here and more pictures below.



2014 May 22 - 17:23

Les Bosquets, the ballet created by JR on a music by Woodkid, in collaboration with New York City Ballet, was presented at Lincoln Center during XX1st Century Week, from April 29th to May 4th. You can see a video here and check out images  below!



2014 Apr 28 - 19:44

To coincide with the special occasion of the Premiere of "Les Bosquets", the ballet created by JR in collaboration with 41 dancers from New York City Ballet, on an original music by Woodkid, with guest dancer Lil Buck, our friends from Social Animals are releasing this exclusive lithograph by JR. It's an edition of 180, printed in the same place in Paris where Picasso, Chagall, Matisse used to make their lithographs.

You can get it here:




2014 Apr 28 - 19:16

On April 29th, 2014, JR will present the Premiere of Les Bosquets, the ballet he created in collaboration with New York City Ballet, on an original music by Woodkid, with guest dancer Lil Buck. JR's debuts as a choreographer will involve 42 dancers on stage. Les Bosquets is inspired on JR's first art project, Portrait of a Generation, and by the riots that happened in France in 2005.

Six nights, at the David H Koch theater at Lincoln Center, from April 29th to May 4th.

Tickets and information available here.


NYCB dancers at The Family

2014 Apr 28 - 17:30


Last month, dancers from New York City Ballet visited JR's studio, The Family, in New York City. Getting ready for Les Bosquets, the ballet JR has created with them, premiering at Lincoln Center on April 29th!

More pictures below.



2014 Feb 27 - 22:30

JR is presenting a solo exhibition at the Museum Frieder Burda, in Baden Baden, Germany - a retrospective of his career, with a special Inside Out photobooth installation. His UNFRAMED project is also coming to Baden-Baden. As a large-scale project in the city’s urban space, UNFRAMED BADEN-BADEN addresses German-French history and the friendship between the two countries. By putting up posters featuring historical photographs from people’s private photo albums in Baden-Baden’s historic city, JR places the theme in a new context. In the run-up to the exhibition, citizens of Baden-Baden were invited to participate and submit their own personal material. The city has always been a link between Germany and France where, after decades of enmity, the reluctant rapprochement between the two countries is palpable.

Until June 29th, 2014


JR's ballet announced in the New York Times

2014 Feb 26 - 22:59


An article announced today the ballet I choreographed for New York City Ballet, on a music by Woodkid, with dancer Lil Buck and 41 dancers from New York city ballet - 6 performances from April 29th to May 4th, get your tickets on !


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Inside Out: Au Panthéon!

2014 Feb 26 - 22:02

We are happy to announce a new major project for Inside Out: Au Pantheon! From February 25th to to March 29th the European photobooth truck will be traveling to 8 major monuments in France to take portraits. The photos taken will be used in a massive installation in the dome of the Pantheon at the end of the trip.
Not in France? You can still participate! Send us your photo and we will include it inside the Pantheon in April. Visit the link below for more information & to start uploading. English site is coming soon guys, so stay tuned!

Click here to participate!