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A GLOBAL ART PROJECT
Beautiful #insideoutproject that brings together kids from France and Tanzania to support better education. The project took place in July 2014 and included 24 portraits, but as you can see, many more came out to support.

Their Statement: This exhibition contains 24 portraits of school children and all reactions they evoke: joy, pride, curiosity, surprise. The project connects students from the school of Rogerville (a small village near Le Havre in France) to the school of Mbokomu ( a small village near the Kilimanjaro) These portraits symbolize the right of all children to the quality of the  education regardless of their origin or condition. They show the children the importance of going to school every day and remind the adults of the need to get involved to defend education for a better world.

Beautiful #insideoutproject that brings together kids from France and Tanzania to support better education. The project took place in July 2014 and included 24 portraits, but as you can see, many more came out to support.

Their Statement: This exhibition contains 24 portraits of school children and all reactions they evoke: joy, pride, curiosity, surprise. The project connects students from the school of Rogerville (a small village near Le Havre in France) to the school of Mbokomu ( a small village near the Kilimanjaro) These portraits symbolize the right of all children to the quality of the  education regardless of their origin or condition. They show the children the importance of going to school every day and remind the adults of the need to get involved to defend education for a better world.

Another beautiful photo from team member @etienne trip to India. He visited 7 different villages to help them paste 87 posters for their #insideoutproject . Their Statement: In south India, the embroiderer know how to embellish any fabric, tissues or clothes like anyone else.  This specific skill is passed from father to son for generations in the native villages.  In Chennai, Gopi and a group of embroiderers have decided to pay tribute to their craft. The message is : « we are proud to be embroiderers » In seven villages, they have been pasting the faces of the people representing this secular profession, resisting to the technical progress.

Another beautiful photo from team member @etienne trip to India. He visited 7 different villages to help them paste 87 posters for their #insideoutproject . Their Statement: In south India, the embroiderer know how to embellish any fabric, tissues or clothes like anyone else.  This specific skill is passed from father to son for generations in the native villages.  In Chennai, Gopi and a group of embroiderers have decided to pay tribute to their craft. The message is : « we are proud to be embroiderers » In seven villages, they have been pasting the faces of the people representing this secular profession, resisting to the technical progress.

#insideoutproject in Paris, France
52 Portraits - September 2014

Their Statement: ” As part of the reconstruction of the emergency department of St. Joseph Hospital Group Paris, the service is transferred to a temporary prefabricated structure for one year which we hope to cover the outer walls of portraits.  The idea is to show that in this “ugly” building we continue to care for and provide humane care and quality “

#insideoutproject in Paris, France
52 Portraits - September 2014

Their Statement: ” As part of the reconstruction of the emergency department of St. Joseph Hospital Group Paris, the service is transferred to a temporary prefabricated structure for one year which we hope to cover the outer walls of portraits.  The idea is to show that in this “ugly” building we continue to care for and provide humane care and quality “

#insideoutproject in Woodbridge, Virginia, USA
75 Portraits - May 2013

Their Statement: What would it take to change the world? Bel Air students believe that respect can change the world and that the change could start with just one smile. We want to build understanding and respect at our school first and hope that our actions and smiles will create a chain reaction through our community and the world.

#insideoutproject in Woodbridge, Virginia, USA
75 Portraits - May 2013

Their Statement: What would it take to change the world? Bel Air students believe that respect can change the world and that the change could start with just one smile. We want to build understanding and respect at our school first and hope that our actions and smiles will create a chain reaction through our community and the world.

Check out this super creative self-built #insideoutproject photobooth in Portugal. Their group action aims to bring together the community to represent  their unique talent, whatever it is. “We all got talent”, something that makes us unique  and adds value to society.

If you are in Portugal and near Vila Nova de Gaia you can get your photo taken at Arrabida Shopping, until the 28th of September.

Check out this super creative self-built #insideoutproject photobooth in Portugal. Their group action aims to bring together the community to represent  their unique talent, whatever it is. “We all got talent”, something that makes us unique  and adds value to society.

If you are in Portugal and near Vila Nova de Gaia you can get your photo taken at Arrabida Shopping, until the 28th of September.

#insideoutproject in Manchester, England
16 Portraits - May 2011

Their Statement: Taking part in Inside Out gives Moss Side an opportunity to show a more positive side of our community. Behind the bad press the area often get, is a diverse and healthy thriving neighborhood.

#insideoutproject in Manchester, England
16 Portraits - May 2011

Their Statement: Taking part in Inside Out gives Moss Side an opportunity to show a more positive side of our community. Behind the bad press the area often get, is a diverse and healthy thriving neighborhood.

Team member @etienne is currently in India, traveling throughout 7 different villages, to help them with their #insideoutproject. They will be pasting 87 posters, here is one of the installations, be sure to follow him to see updates from this project.

Their Statement: In south India, the embroiderer know how to embellish any fabric, tissues or clothes like anyone else.  This specific skill is passed from father to son for generations in the native villages.  In Chennai, Gopi and a group of embroiderers have decided to pay tribute to their craft. The message is : « we are proud to be embroiderers » In seven villages, they have been pasting the faces of the people representing this secular profession, resisting to the technical progress.  Photo credit @orianeperl

Team member @etienne is currently in India, traveling throughout 7 different villages, to help them with their #insideoutproject. They will be pasting 87 posters, here is one of the installations, be sure to follow him to see updates from this project.

Their Statement: In south India, the embroiderer know how to embellish any fabric, tissues or clothes like anyone else.  This specific skill is passed from father to son for generations in the native villages.  In Chennai, Gopi and a group of embroiderers have decided to pay tribute to their craft. The message is : « we are proud to be embroiderers » In seven villages, they have been pasting the faces of the people representing this secular profession, resisting to the technical progress.  Photo credit @orianeperl

#insideoutproject #tbt from Dhaka, Korail Slum, Bangladesh
22 Portraits - September 2013

Their Statement: The Bangladesh action is in honor of the millions of women working in the Bengali garment industry: leading the struggle for socio-economic justice in one of the world’s poorest, and most densely populated countries now synonymous with sweatshops. Earlier this year, the Rana Plaza collapse killed over 1,100 workers and became the second deadliest building collapse in history, next to 9/11. The installation went up on the waterfront of Dhaka’s largest slum village, Korail, on Sept. 13th, 2013. Home to over 150,000 rural-to-urban migrants attempting to move into the city and out of poverty, the houses covered with prints are actually garment workers.The eyes look up into the high rise lofts of two of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the capital, ‘we’re watching you.’ The message is Dignity In Industry.

#insideoutproject #tbt from Dhaka, Korail Slum, Bangladesh
22 Portraits - September 2013

Their Statement: The Bangladesh action is in honor of the millions of women working in the Bengali garment industry: leading the struggle for socio-economic justice in one of the world’s poorest, and most densely populated countries now synonymous with sweatshops. Earlier this year, the Rana Plaza collapse killed over 1,100 workers and became the second deadliest building collapse in history, next to 9/11. The installation went up on the waterfront of Dhaka’s largest slum village, Korail, on Sept. 13th, 2013. Home to over 150,000 rural-to-urban migrants attempting to move into the city and out of poverty, the houses covered with prints are actually garment workers.The eyes look up into the high rise lofts of two of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the capital, ‘we’re watching you.’ The message is Dignity In Industry.

#insideoutproject in Kigali, Rwanda
51 Portraits - June 2013

Their Statement: People living with HIV are no different from anyone else and deserve to be treated equally, with respect, and with the same rights as others. We want to challenge ignorance and share the message that HIV-stigma is harmful to the community. We are a mix of people - some living with HIV and some not - coming together in an act of solidarity in which we all are living positively. We want to challenge false beliefs that people affected by HIV are different from other people in the community, and by showcasing portraits of both HIV+ and HIV- people, show that “there is not one face of HIV.” This statement is both a reminder to practice safer sex (because you can not know a person’s health status from looks alone), and a call to create a brighter future in Rwanda in which no one living with HIV has to suffer from stigma.

#insideoutproject in Kigali, Rwanda
51 Portraits - June 2013

Their Statement: People living with HIV are no different from anyone else and deserve to be treated equally, with respect, and with the same rights as others. We want to challenge ignorance and share the message that HIV-stigma is harmful to the community. We are a mix of people - some living with HIV and some not - coming together in an act of solidarity in which we all are living positively. We want to challenge false beliefs that people affected by HIV are different from other people in the community, and by showcasing portraits of both HIV+ and HIV- people, show that “there is not one face of HIV.” This statement is both a reminder to practice safer sex (because you can not know a person’s health status from looks alone), and a call to create a brighter future in Rwanda in which no one living with HIV has to suffer from stigma.

#insideoutproject in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
45 Portraits - August 2014

Their Statement: #weloveatl strives to connect the people of our city to tell authentic photographic stories of the city we love. The Beltline connects 45 neighborhoods – but more importantly, it connects the people in those neighborhoods. With 45 X 45, we will connect 45 Atlanta photographers each with a single resident from one of the 45 in-town neighborhoods connected by the Beltline. We will print all 45 portraits in partnership with the international participatory mural project The Inside Out Project, and then wheat paste them as a large 13.25 foot by 45 foot mural along the Beltline. We will also post a written story from each portrait online, to foster the narrative story behind each portrait. For us, the final mural is an amazing artifact of an even greater work of art, which happens as we take Atlanta photographers out of their own neighborhood and into another. It’s about connecting and showing the many faces of Atlanta – what makes us all different, but even more importantly, what makes us all the same.

#insideoutproject in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
45 Portraits - August 2014

Their Statement: #weloveatl strives to connect the people of our city to tell authentic photographic stories of the city we love. The Beltline connects 45 neighborhoods – but more importantly, it connects the people in those neighborhoods. With 45 X 45, we will connect 45 Atlanta photographers each with a single resident from one of the 45 in-town neighborhoods connected by the Beltline. We will print all 45 portraits in partnership with the international participatory mural project The Inside Out Project, and then wheat paste them as a large 13.25 foot by 45 foot mural along the Beltline. We will also post a written story from each portrait online, to foster the narrative story behind each portrait. For us, the final mural is an amazing artifact of an even greater work of art, which happens as we take Atlanta photographers out of their own neighborhood and into another. It’s about connecting and showing the many faces of Atlanta – what makes us all different, but even more importantly, what makes us all the same.