Stunning frescoes on the vestiges of the past
A UNESCO World Heritage site, Vauban's citadel of Neuf-Brisach today lends its old stones to the finest urban artists. In the cool interior of the ramparts built at the end of the 17th century, internationally renowned artists have gradually taken over the walls of this site steeped in history. Follow the surprising itinerary through more than 1,000 m² of exceptional works and performances.
The greatest street artists
Discover surprises at every turn: a portrait of Vauban by celebrity stencilist C215, frescoes by Seth the globe painter, the white bodies of Jérôme Mesnager, born in Colmar, the immersive works of Denis Meyers and Levalet, Lascaux by the metro graffiti artist Nasty, Marilyn Monroe by Pure Evil, the XXL photographs by Joseph Ford, and Guy Denning's vibrant paintings. New international artists are expected in the coming months to replace the current residents.
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