From 31 March to 30 April 2017 at the Art Gallery.
Street Art is part of our daily lives. Born in the 1970s in the United States, it has become a popular current since 2000.
Essentially, an artistic movement but also a means of expression and protest, this strictly visual art developed on the streets is now considered as a true art-form.
Universal, Street Art calls upon different techniques to express and reach out to the public: stencil, spray paint, mosaic, photography and collages are often used.
La Vallée Village opened its doors to the world of street art and offered a place for expression to artists Djalouz, IZa Zaro, Jeanjerome and Jo Di Bona.
Their styles differ, converge, converse and unite in colour and dynamism that emanates from their works.