JR: Inside Out Project, High Line, New York

JR’s Inside Out Project is an ongoing global participatory art project, which the artist started after he was awarded the 2011 TED Prize. The project invites everyone to promote a common statement by the use of black and white photographic portraits, which are made into posters and then are exhibited. One of the participants of the Inside Out Project is a Native American Lakota tribe around their group leader DJ Two Bears. JR brought their story to Manhattan. This video shows the installation of a large poster on a wall near the High Line Park in New York at 30th Street.

JR: Inside Out Project, High Line Park, 30th Street, New York, May 15, 2012.

Watch also: JR: Women are Heroes / Ile Saint-Louis, Paris / Interview.

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