Furthering along his INSIDEOUT initiative, a global art project that encourages people to utilize the artist’s signature methodology – printed black and white poster pasted outdoors – to portray their local heroes as dramatically represented in NYC recently, JR has created an interactive installation within the historic George Pompidou Museum in Paris that is now open to the public. Anchored by a printing facility plastered with series of new murals from the famed “photograffeur”, Photo Booth brings all the tools necessary for the average person to print out their own images and paste them out in the urban wild, while sharing his own vision with museum goers as well. By bringing a level of convenience to the printing process, the democratic art making project should begin to gain steam in the weeks and months ahead. The Photo Booth murals and printing facilities will be open through September 5th.
Check out more images of the installation after the jump.
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