“À travers l’océan”: a free solo exhibition by street artist Sax in Paris

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Urban Signature unveils its new free exhibition in Paris, this time dedicated to Henry Blache, aka Sax. Come and discover the incredible works of this famous and talented street artist at a free solo exhibition entitled “Across the Ocean”. It’s not to be missed for 5 days only, from Wednesday March 20 to Sunday March 24, 2024 in a gallery in the capital’s 3rd arrondissement.

Fans of street art will be familiar with the sublime, flashy animal paintings by Sax, whose real name is Henry Blache. Using a variety of techniques including watercolor, acrylic, aerosol and ink, Sax ‘s work is committed to denouncing the plight of endangered species and the importance of protecting biodiversity.

This spring, Sax takes center stage in a new exhibition created by Urban Signature, ” France’s leading custom street art company “. This is what the street artist announced on his social networks, unveiling a teaser to keep his many admirers waiting.

Called ” Across the Ocean “, Sax’s solo exhibition focuses on the marine world and the animals that live there, such as impressive humpback whales and fascinating octopuses. It’s an opportunity to take a closer look at the incredible talent of this street artist, now based in Paris but originally from the South of France. For those interested, this solo exhibition by Sax will take place from Wednesday March 20 to Sunday March 24, 2024, in a Paris gallery in the 3rd arrondissement, located at N° 52 rue Charlot. The opening will take place on Thursday March 21 at 6pm.

Sax’s solo exhibition in Paris is not the first of its kind. The urban artist already made a name for himself when, just over a year ago, he took over the crypt of theMadeleine church. For ten days, Sax unveiled some 40 of his works, again exploring the relationship between man and nature.

For his new solo show in Paris, Sax turns his attention this time to marine animals with the installation ” À travers l’océan” (Through the Ocean ), on view from March 20 to 24, 2024, in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. More good news: admission is free!

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