Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

While most art lovers visit world-renowned art galleries to see famous masterpieces, some might be lucky enough to come across iconic historical paintings on the side of public buildings. French street artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca is known for pasting neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

The series began in 2014 when Casabianca visited the and felt empathy for a glum-looking girl in the corner of a painting. “I had a ‘Prince Charming’ impulse,” he explained. “I wanted to free her from the castle to give her a second life.” Casabianca snapped a photo of the painting on his phone, printed it out, and pasted it on a building in Paris. Since then, the artist has liberated countless painterly subjects, transporting them “from museum walls to the streets.”

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from , scaled up and pasted onto the side of a factory building in Memphis, Tennessee. The giant, seven-story girl appears to sit on the fire escape staircase of the industrial building, gazing out over the city. The mural is part of Brooks Outside, an outdoor installation program organized by , which has as part of their collection.

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

You can see this piece for yourself at 62 E.H. Crump Blvd, Memphis until November 2018.

Artist Julien de Casabianca pastes famous neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from Au pied de la falaise scaled up and pasted on the side of a factory building in Memphis.

All images via Julien de Casabianca.

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

While most art lovers visit world-renowned art galleries to see famous masterpieces, some might be lucky enough to come across iconic historical paintings on the side of public buildings. French street artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca is known for pasting neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

The series began in 2014 when Casabianca visited the and felt empathy for a glum-looking girl in the corner of a painting. “I had a ‘Prince Charming’ impulse,” he explained. “I wanted to free her from the castle to give her a second life.” Casabianca snapped a photo of the painting on his phone, printed it out, and pasted it on a building in Paris. Since then, the artist has liberated countless painterly subjects, transporting them “from museum walls to the streets.”

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from , scaled up and pasted onto the side of a factory building in Memphis, Tennessee. The giant, seven-story girl appears to sit on the fire escape staircase of the industrial building, gazing out over the city. The mural is part of Brooks Outside, an outdoor installation program organized by , which has as part of their collection.

You can see this piece for yourself at 62 E.H. Crump Blvd, Memphis until November 2018.

Artist Julien de Casabianca pastes famous neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from Au pied de la falaise scaled up and pasted on the side of a factory building in Memphis.

All images via Julien de Casabianca.

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

While most art lovers visit world-renowned art galleries to see famous masterpieces, some might be lucky enough to come across iconic historical paintings on the side of public buildings. French street artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca is known for pasting neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

The series began in 2014 when Casabianca visited the and felt empathy for a glum-looking girl in the corner of a painting. “I had a ‘Prince Charming’ impulse,” he explained. “I wanted to free her from the castle to give her a second life.” Casabianca snapped a photo of the painting on his phone, printed it out, and pasted it on a building in Paris. Since then, the artist has liberated countless painterly subjects, transporting them “from museum walls to the streets.”

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from , scaled up and pasted onto the side of a factory building in Memphis, Tennessee. The giant, seven-story girl appears to sit on the fire escape staircase of the industrial building, gazing out over the city. The mural is part of Brooks Outside, an outdoor installation program organized by , which has as part of their collection.

You can see this piece for yourself at 62 E.H. Crump Blvd, Memphis until November 2018.

Artist Julien de Casabianca pastes famous neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from Au pied de la falaise scaled up and pasted on the side of a factory building in Memphis.

All images via Julien de Casabianca.

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

While most art lovers visit world-renowned art galleries to see famous masterpieces, some might be lucky enough to come across iconic historical paintings on the side of public buildings. French street artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca is known for pasting neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

The series began in 2014 when Casabianca visited the and felt empathy for a glum-looking girl in the corner of a painting. “I had a ‘Prince Charming’ impulse,” he explained. “I wanted to free her from the castle to give her a second life.” Casabianca snapped a photo of the painting on his phone, printed it out, and pasted it on a building in Paris. Since then, the artist has liberated countless painterly subjects, transporting them “from museum walls to the streets.”

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from , scaled up and pasted onto the side of a factory building in Memphis, Tennessee. The giant, seven-story girl appears to sit on the fire escape staircase of the industrial building, gazing out over the city. The mural is part of Brooks Outside, an outdoor installation program organized by , which has as part of their collection.

You can see this piece for yourself at 62 E.H. Crump Blvd, Memphis until November 2018.

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

Artist Julien de Casabianca pastes famous neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from Au pied de la falaise scaled up and pasted on the side of a factory building in Memphis.

All images via Julien de Casabianca.

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

While most art lovers visit world-renowned art galleries to see famous masterpieces, some might be lucky enough to come across iconic historical paintings on the side of public buildings. French street artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca is known for pasting neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

The series began in 2014 when Casabianca visited the and felt empathy for a glum-looking girl in the corner of a painting. “I had a ‘Prince Charming’ impulse,” he explained. “I wanted to free her from the castle to give her a second life.” Casabianca snapped a photo of the painting on his phone, printed it out, and pasted it on a building in Paris. Since then, the artist has liberated countless painterly subjects, transporting them “from museum walls to the streets.”

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from , scaled up and pasted onto the side of a factory building in Memphis, Tennessee. The giant, seven-story girl appears to sit on the fire escape staircase of the industrial building, gazing out over the city. The mural is part of Brooks Outside, an outdoor installation program organized by , which has as part of their collection.

You can see this piece for yourself at 62 E.H. Crump Blvd, Memphis until November 2018.

Artist Julien de Casabianca pastes famous neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from Au pied de la falaise scaled up and pasted on the side of a factory building in Memphis.

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

All images via Julien de Casabianca.

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

While most art lovers visit world-renowned art galleries to see famous masterpieces, some might be lucky enough to come across iconic historical paintings on the side of public buildings. French street artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca is known for pasting neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

The series began in 2014 when Casabianca visited the and felt empathy for a glum-looking girl in the corner of a painting. “I had a ‘Prince Charming’ impulse,” he explained. “I wanted to free her from the castle to give her a second life.” Casabianca snapped a photo of the painting on his phone, printed it out, and pasted it on a building in Paris. Since then, the artist has liberated countless painterly subjects, transporting them “from museum walls to the streets.”

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from , scaled up and pasted onto the side of a factory building in Memphis, Tennessee. The giant, seven-story girl appears to sit on the fire escape staircase of the industrial building, gazing out over the city. The mural is part of Brooks Outside, an outdoor installation program organized by , which has as part of their collection.

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

You can see this piece for yourself at 62 E.H. Crump Blvd, Memphis until November 2018.

Artist Julien de Casabianca pastes famous neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from Au pied de la falaise scaled up and pasted on the side of a factory building in Memphis.

All images via Julien de Casabianca.

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

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Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

While most art lovers visit world-renowned art galleries to see famous masterpieces, some might be lucky enough to come across iconic historical paintings on the side of public buildings. French street artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca is known for pasting neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

The series began in 2014 when Casabianca visited the and felt empathy for a glum-looking girl in the corner of a painting. “I had a ‘Prince Charming’ impulse,” he explained. “I wanted to free her from the castle to give her a second life.” Casabianca snapped a photo of the painting on his phone, printed it out, and pasted it on a building in Paris. Since then, the artist has liberated countless painterly subjects, transporting them “from museum walls to the streets.”

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from , scaled up and pasted onto the side of a factory building in Memphis, Tennessee. The giant, seven-story girl appears to sit on the fire escape staircase of the industrial building, gazing out over the city. The mural is part of Brooks Outside, an outdoor installation program organized by , which has as part of their collection.

You can see this piece for yourself at 62 E.H. Crump Blvd, Memphis until November 2018.

Artist Julien de Casabianca pastes famous neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.

Massive Painting of Neoclassical Girl Takes Over a Seven-Story Building

His most recent mural art sees William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s solemn-looking subject from Au pied de la falaise scaled up and pasted on the side of a factory building in Memphis.

All images via Julien de Casabianca.

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