On the Tunisian island of Djerba, a historical village has been transformed into a open air art museum with the help of Paris-based gallery, Galerie Itinerrance.
150 street artists from across the globe have used their creative flair to add a touch of vibrancy to the North-African village. Large and small-scale murals in a variety of styles decorate the walls of abandoned buildings. A range of techniques, tools and materials have been used, adding diversity to the collection.
With something to suit everyone’s taste, the ‘exhibition’ is a fresh take on modern art and a spectacle for locals and travelers to see. The selection of international artists include, Alexis Diaz from Puerto Rico, Swoon from America, French artist C215, ROA and David Del La Mano.
Graffiti is not always welcome but this unique display shows creative expression from over 30 different countries in the world.
Words by Sacha Musgrove