Inside Out

Institute History

Description

French artist JR wins the TED Prize 2011. He gives his prize (a wish) and his art back to the people, creating a global participatory art project inviting people to stand up for what they care about through the power of their own image. From Tunisia to the Bronx, Lisbon to Iran, the film follows individuals and communities pasting their portraits in the streets. Now they don't just see art, they make it.

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