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Street Art Fest Grenoble

Grenoble, France


The mural 'L’espoire' was Simon Berger's first permanent installation in an official building. Stretching across a glass façade, the work depicts a young boy of colour looking up at the sky with a hopeful look in his eyes. In his site-specific projects, Simon Berger aims to create works that convey a message which is integral to the place where they are located. For this piece, the artist researched about social injustice and the impact of various socio-economic factors such as class, location, and ethnicity on access to education. The mural is intended as a reminder of the power of education, demanding that its availability be guaranteed to all children, regardless of their background.


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