The “Street art” is a plastic intervention in an urban environment (tags, posters, stencils, stickers, paint …). Photographer Brassaï is the first to have drawn attention to this marginal artistic practice. In 1934, he published texts and photos about it in the surrealist magazine Le Minotaure. Let’s continue its works.

la mouche, Lyon, 2011 © Emmanuel Bertrand

la mouche, Lyon, 2011

funky wall, 2011 by Emmanuel Bertrand

funky wall, 2011

Dali by Spray Yarps, Paris, 2010 © Emmanuel Bertrand

Dali by Spray Yarps, Paris, 2010

...oreille, Paris, 2010 © Emmanuel Bertrand

…oreille, Paris, 2010

space invader, Paris, 2010 © Emmanuel Bertrand

space invader, Paris, 2010

rock live, Grenoble, 2010 © Emmanuel Bertrand

rock live, Grenoble, 2010

votez, Vaison-la-Romaine, 2008 © Emmanuel Bertrand

vote, Vaison-la-Romaine, 2008

drôle de sens interdit, Arles, 2007 © Emmanuel Bertrand

drôle de sens interdit, Arles, 2007

complet, Arles, 2007 © Emmanuel Bertrand

complet, Arles, 2007

pop art, Lyon, 2007 © Emmanuel Bertrand

pop art, Lyon, 2007

piercing, Lyon, 2007 © Emmanuel Bertrand

piercing, Lyon, 2007

heart and crosses, Lyon, 2007 © Emmanuel Bertrand

heart and crosses, Lyon, 2007

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