06 November 2008

The Walking Street - Helena Krajewicz


No, it's not clothing hung out to dry but part of an exhibition taking place in the pedestrian street of Monaco - rue Princesse Caroline. In the smaller photograph you can see part of the street with the main port ahead of us.

It's called 'Artists in Movement' - and this work is by Helena Krajewicz (click to view more).

14 comments:

Hilda said...

Hee! What fun!

Kate said...

Amusing bit of art! It reminds me of a blog I stumbled upon several months ago that had photos of laundry throughout the world hanging on outdoor lines. Wish I had bookmarked it. Unusual and amusing, too.

Marie-Noyale said...

A new version of the Beatles "Abbey Road" cover!!!

Jim said...

This is neat. I love how people can make art from anything. I wish I had a mind that worked like that.

Virginia said...

Oh these are great. Can't walk past it without smiling I would imagine!

Halcyon said...

I just love it. So creative!

Tanya said...

I love this. It's very fun/light!

maria said...

My clothes don't look that nice when I forget the fabric softener :) .
Wonderful!! Love it!
Jilly, is it only in one street and only one artist?
Wow!

Jilly said...

Maria, yes it's only in one street but lots of artists. I'll show more tomorrow and thereafter till I run out of decent photographs!

Small City Scenes said...

Totally cool. I love it!! Maybe I will try something like that up here in my woods. People riding by on their horses will freak out. LOL MB

Rambling Round said...

Strange but very interesting!

Strangetastes said...

This reminds me strongly of an installation I saw in The Hague a few years ago but I'm not sure if it was the same artist. In a small park that leads up to the Escher Museum, scores, maybe hundreds of men's suit coats were hung like this. They were stiffened with something to give them shape. It was striking and disconcerting, like the work in your photo.

Zsolt72 said...

this is a great job! Very attractive:)

Sally said...

Wonderful! While still showing Sculptures it's a joy to see other works of art from around the world.

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