150 street artists from 30 countries transform an ancient Tunisian village in an outdoor art gallery
ER Riadh is a small village of off the beaten tourist paths on the island of Djerba, on the eastern coast of Tunisia, which has visited a group of 150 street artists from 30 countries.
They have arrived in the town to take part in the massive, public street art exhibition, where they off showed their 150 art pieces on the exterior walls of this old, multicultural village.
Graffiti artists in Tunisia
“Muslims, Christians and Jews have lived here in peace and friendship for the last 2000 years,” says Ben Cheikh for New York Times. ” I’m here to aggravate anybody, but taking my initiative and to combine the natural beauty of the village with the creative artwork of all 150 street artists.”
Oriental and colorful
Mehdi Ben Cheikh – the founder of the French Itinarrance Gallery and the organizer of this event has secured a legal power of Attorney prior to the local government as well as from the land owners.
Evocative, abstract figures
Animals and humans
Blue color spray
A representative of the tribal people
Paint more Windows to the world
Decorative wall tiles
Blue Man figure
Portrait at the steel gate
Nature and industry close together
More Oriental motifs and patterns with lots of color
The art of using a telescope