Galérie Itinerrance was established in 2004. Located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris close to the Seine and the National Library, it forms part of a thriving economic and cultural urban network.
Having become a key venue for street art, Itinerrance exhibits street artists
Inti is a Chilean urban artist whose influences stem from Latin American socialist murals and graffiti art. In his work he cites and exploits iconographic elements.
Brazilian street artist Claudio Ethos has been busy in Europe lately. His charaters are alaways eye-catching !
Born and based in Barcelona, BTOY (Andrea Michaelsson) has been creating her distinctive stencil-based art since the early 2000s.
Btoy has been filling the influential Catalan street art scene with his retro fantasy worlds for years and now Paris!
Pantonio likes to play with his characters and space. No, not all rabbits are white, they can be wavish and greenish !
A beautiful woman's face coming straight out of the artists imagination, with a particular touch of Liliwenn’s interest for humanoid characters.
Graffiti writers are increasingly experimenting with calligraphy on walls, and young designers are creating new fonts and type designs in books, galleries and public spaces.
At times, graffiti voices the need to express an artistic identity.
Btoy's work is mostly based on old photographs of the prominent Hollywood actresses from the 20's and the 50's.
La Tour 13 in the at dawn. The brightest building of all...
eL Seed is a talented Tunisian artist, born in France and now living in Canada, who describes his work as “Arabic Inspired Street Painting.”
El Seed's work on the Tour 13 invites viewers to reflect on the contribution of all the different civilizations in the creation of humanity and our common histories"
His art expresses a double marginality, that of an oriental art seeking a voice in the occidental world, and that of street art struggling to legitimize its presence on the contemporary art scene.