10 November 2011
16 March 2021
Laurindo Feliciano has been invited by British popstar Mika, to be one of ten artists who will exhibit their work in public spaces all across Paris. Temporarily transforming the city into an open-air art gallery, Laurindo and the other artists work can be seen across 2500 sights, including billboards, flags and Morris columns, giving the city a fresh sense of creative vitality.
Laurindo’s piece is inspired by the surrealism movement and the posters of the Belle Epoque, featuring other-worldly heads gazing out of columns while we view the images as they are mounted to the Morris columns across Paris; an incredible contribution to a one-of-a-kind exhibition.