Paris street artist / Artiste Parisienne: BauBô (Part 2)

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First of all, apologies to all for my long hiatus and my delay in getting up the second part of this exposé on BauBô (part 1 can be found here). But here it… Continue reading

Paris street artist / Artiste Parisienne: BauBô (Part 1)

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(Une traduction française de ce blog va suivre éventuellement. All translations from French to English here are mine, or, in the case of quotes from Françoise Héritier in the section taken from BauBô’s… Continue reading

Street art: Or, how I fell in love with Paris / Comment je suis tombée amoureuse de Paris

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People talk about falling in love with Paris. I didn’t fall in love with it – at least not in the way I heard people talking about falling in love with it, or… Continue reading

Le dîner du reveillon / Christmas (or New Year’s) Dinner

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First of all, a shout-out to the editors of WordPress who chose my round-up of Parisian street-art to feature on Freshly Pressed this week. They couldn’t have given this geek a nicer Christmas… Continue reading

Paris Street Art Final Round-Up / Rassemblement final: Coda

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I am back in the states and I did say my last post would be the final “round up” kind of post (for the moment), but looking over that last post and the… Continue reading

Paris street art: A final round-up / Un assortiment final

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Sadly, I am leaving Paris tomorrow, and I very much doubt I’ll have time today for one of my street art seeking walks, so this will be my last post showing pictures on… Continue reading

Street Art: Lacunae

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ETA 12/18/12: The “mask artist” I refer to frequently and whose identity I did not know when I wrote this post turns out to be BauBô. Go check out her site if you… Continue reading

Paris Street Art: Nouveautés / New stuff

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I have (for the moment) successfully resisted writing a before & after sort of post on the places I spot where street art used to be. For the moment I’ll just post about… Continue reading

Hommage à IRN-BRU

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And now for something completely different, as John Cleese would say. Once upon a time, as I’ve already said, I lived in England. (Well, twice upon a time, but that’s beside the point.)… Continue reading

Homophobia / L’Homophobie

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Ok, so back to more serious posts than those about street art and food. (Not that I plan to stop talking about those.) Let’s talk about homophobia — homophobia in France, and to… Continue reading

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