Street arts at a glance
By Anne Gonon et Julie Bordenave
From the stone-cobbled streets of the 1970s to Camargue’s sandy shores where the Rhône meets the sea, street artists have forever broken through boundaries in the places they visit, the relationships they forge with their audiences, and the forms and aesthetics they embrace, blurring borders and overcoming frontiers of all kinds for nearly fifty years now. From transgression to revolution, welcome to the living, breathing adventure that is street arts.
Travel in foreign artistic specificities.
On CountryOUTSIDE PERSPECTIVESThis piece was written on Wangal Land in the Eora Nation, otherwise known as Sydney. These lands have never been ceded. I pay respect to First Nations Elders and offer solidarity to all Indigenous…
The Mestizo IdentityOUTSIDE PERSPECTIVESAs much as creative projects can alter a territory, they are in turn formed by their surroundings. The Mexican circus festival FiCHo grew out of a company, Les Cabaret Capricho, but also out of a…
To get to know the fundamentals of the circus, street and dramatic arts
The section “Repères” brings together publications that address not only the history but also current events in the circus, street and dramatic arts.
- The “Panoramas” offer a complete and synthesised vision of each industry: presentation, lexicon, key figures, essential images
- The “Focus” files address the major artistic currents through time.