Again in 2016, JR seen that folks had been touring to Paris from all around the world to see the Louvre, however upon arrival they instantly turned their backs to the museum to take a selfie. Impressed by this irony, the artist created an anamorphosis that made the Louvre disappear. However this time, JR’s set up acknowledges the keenness for selfies at touristic spots, approaching the phenomenon via a brand new lens. Reasonably than turning their backs to the 4,500-year-old web site, members can showcase their portraits in entrance of it. And if the faces on the billboards are repeatedly altering, the traditional backdrop stays all the time the identical.

There’s a new pyramid in Giza: JR’s photo booth


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