Mathieu Tremblin's "Graffiti Statue" Critical of Street Art

By - Monday, February 20th, 2012

An interesting artwork from French artist Mathieu Tremblin doing a performance piece on the streets of Paris. Influenced by street performers pretending to be statues, this is a different approach of the same idea. Tremblin’s latest piece, Graffiti Statue, is a humorous mockery of what some people view street artists to be, the idea of creating art for the money. And as seen in the video, this is exactly how he works. The translated message is, “Hurry up I have to finish before the police arrive.”

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