For years, the famous street artist Invader has invaded his Space Invaders made of mosaic in the streets of Paris and around the world. From June 23, an exhibition is dedicated to him.

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Invader artist colonized Paris

On walls, bridges, columns, and even on the Eiffel Tower : it’s everywhere! the artist Invader colonized Paris with its instantly recognizable mosaics. These little aliens color the streets, and also the art galleries! To celebrate the work of the artist Invader, the Le Feuvre et Roze gallery is organizing a new exhibition, to be discovered free of charge from June 23 to July 23, 2022. The gallery, which represented the artist in France between 2009 and 2015, first co-organised, in alongside Invader, the exhibition 1000 in 2011. Celebrating the 1000th mosaic of Invader pasted into the streets of Paris, the exhibition was held both at La Générale – where you could see the Rubik’s Cubes as well as several installations — at the same time as at the gallery where the Alias ​​occupied the space.

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A series of symbolic works

In 2017, when the official collaboration between the artist Invader and the gallery had already ended, the gallery organizes Invader: Masterpieces following the discovery of four unpublished ceramics on panel, dated 1997. These mosaics, among the very first works of Invader, formed the column backbone of an exhibition highlighting a selection of major works by the artist. Although Invader was not part of the exhibition, the gallery was still able to learn rely on his intervention for the restoration of the four mosaics of 1997 which, at the time of their discovery, had just spent twenty years outside. Five years after Invader: Masterpieces, the gallery is pleased to present Invader: Part III, an exhibition unveiling a series of symbolic works, representative of the artist’s work : Rubik’s cubes, Unique pieces, Invasion guides with micro-ceramics, Invasion kits…

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exhibition from June 23 to July 23, 2022

164 rue du Fauboug Saint-Honoré,

75008 Paris

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