The Inside Out Photobooth trucks bring the printers directly to the streets – allowing the public to participate instantly and for free! Participants enter the Photobooth and our camera snaps their portrait. Within one minute, a black and white poster is printed. Participants then take the posters to paste them in a public space.
Over 200,000 portraits have been printed at Inside Out Photobooth Actions around the world.
As part of the highlights that punctuate the progress of work on the future Grand Paris Express metro, the tunnel boring machine site from Vitry-sur-Seine, installed on the former Arrighi wastelands, will be exceptionally open to the public. The artist JR invites vitriots, who so wish, to participate in a work of the Inside Out project, which will be installed and presented to the public on the day of the KM6 construction site party!
On the occasion of the opening of the Pouvoir & Pouvoir exhibition, a project that celebrates all those who help bring and continue the history of the Mills and its territory. Culture is about meeting people, about making difference a source of creativity, beauty and unity. This project is a tribute to all those who make the difference.
To celebrate its 100th anniversary, the Collège St-Louis invites its former and current students to participate in the collage of their giant portrait on the walls of the school.
The INSIDE OUT truck, will travel to Berlin during Gallery Weekend and will be present in Berlin-Mitte on April 25 at 12pm, in Auguststrasse 11-13 in front of Salon Berlin, Museum Frieder Burda. Secret locations on April 26 and 27 to be announced each day via Salon Berlin's social media channels. Stay tuned!
Inside Out/Vote will awaken a sense of empowerment and provide voter registration groups a unique platform to register, energize and empower voters in communities throughout the U.S.
As part of the 2018 edition of the Grand Festival organized by L’Etablissement public du Palais de la Porte Dorée on the occasion of the national week of education against racism and anti-Semitism.
The spirit of this festival is to make the fight against racism and discrimination a positive and unifying event that allows all audiences to participate, learn, engage and have fun around this theme more than ever. news. The ambition is to reach a wide variety of audiences, especially young people
A nationwide participatory art initiative aimed at creating a portrait of America that includes immigrants and the descendants of immigrants alike.
At the initiative of the Municipality of Issy, as part of the heritage days and the contemporary art biennial, collage on the forecourt of the town hall square. "During heritage days, remember that the main heritage is the citizens!"
Our high schools have stayed frozen in time. The time has come to update America’s outdated high schools and create a 21st century education for every student.
JR created a new photobooth installation on the sacred hill of Hiyoriyama for the Reborn Art Festival on the Ishinomaki peninsula (Japan) where the inhabitants sought shelter during the tsunami that hit the coast on March 13th, 2011.
“The Noiséens make the wall! ” As part of the 5th edition of the Franco-Arab Film Festival, collage on the walls and the forecourt of the Roger Gouhier media library.
Highlight the identity and diversity of Corsican youth.
For the first time in the history of the Olympic Games, the IOC is inviting an artist to give his interpretation of the Games, both as a sporting occasion and as a source of inspiration. The aim is to share the Olympic spirit by allowing olympians to use their faces to express themselves and take part in an artistic project on a global scale.
The INSIDE OUT Project comes to Nashville as part of OZ Art Fest with the focus on inclusion for the members of Nashville’s community.
An Inside Out action in St Ouen for the 70th anniversary of the Paul Bert Serpette market, the largest antiques market in the world.
The Inside Out Photographic Booth is located at the Bordeaux Submarine Base, to spread a strong message on the subject of migrants, their history and their quest.
The Town Hall of Orléans is joining forces with the UFR (Law, Economy and Management) on the occasion of its 50th anniversary to organize the IOPO project "... Become an actor of a work of art ...". A project organized by IAE Masters students with the aim of "bringing people together", values shared by all: the artist, the partners as well as the organizers.
Following 2015 Mérignac Photographic Festival, the photobooth truck visited two of the French city high schools.
Inside Out Project brought exciting community engagement for 10th edition of Nuit Blanche Toronto, which was set to transform the city into an all-night free celebration of contemporary art. Two photobooth trucks also visited Toronto the week before the Nuit Blanche.
As part of the filming of the film “Faces Villages”, JR and Agnès produced a collage for the Inside Out project in the Lubéron.
As part of the 2015 Ideas Festival, the Aspen Institute invited you to take part in the Inside Out Project. The Photobooth truck made a portrait of each participant and all the posters and faces were pasted up together to become a single image, creating a collective project where everyone became the art.
The association RegArt used the Photobooth truck to print a portrait of each participant and immediately stick it up on the ground. All the posters thus sticked showed the shape of a gigantic eye symbolizing their message: « Together, an eye over art ».
The Hong Kong Contemporary Art Foundation (HOCA), a non-profit organization launched in 2014, was proud to present a large-scale survey exhibition of JR, including a photobooth for visitors to engage with and continue JR's Inside Out Project.
Over 700 portraits were pasted into a powerful installation in the fall of 2014 in Wuppertal, Germany with the statement: “different faces – different views”.
Within two months, from May to July 2014, JR's Close-Up project in Shanghai included the Inside Out photobooth truck, a solo show at Power Station of Art museum and a solo show at Magda Danysz Gallery.
Over 4,000 people participated in JR’s itinerant photobooth truck, which visited eight national monuments in France between March 5th and March 29th, to add their face to a mosaic around the drum beneath the dome of the Panthéon in Paris.
An Inside Out Photobooth took place in Museum Frieder Burda in Baden Baden, Germany, as part of JR's solo show, from March 1st to June 29th, 2014.
Back2School is a project created by the Inside Out Project team in New York City. In 2014, the team began to use the two Photobooth trucks as a chance to take them back to the streets and to get local schools involved. Kids from all over the city have participated. Email us if you want to be next!
From January to March, 2014, the Dallas Contemporary welcomes JR and the Inside Out Photobooth for an exhibition at the museum. JR will activate Dallas by traveling to schools, businesses and take to the streets to create a massive participatory public art project that will turn the museum INSIDE OUT.
UNSCENE! is a large local effort pushing to put a face to a blighted area of downtown Shreveport. With the help of the photobooth truck, they were able to emphasize the creativity of the city and its artists, and to show the potential of the community through the diverse images.
To celebrate the release of the Inside Out Project movie in France theaters on November 13th, the photobooth truck was in Paris, at the Palais de Tokyo from 6th to 8th, and in front of the MK2 Bibliothèque from 10th to 12th.
The Inside Out project was in London this October. A photobooth truck was at Somerset House / Waterloo Bridge and more than 1,700 people got their portrait taken and pasted on the floor!
In September 2013, the European Photobooth truck made his first stop in Amsterdam, at the Unseen photo fair. Almost 1,800 portraits were printed in 7 days.
In September 2013, JR opened a museum show at CAC in Cincinnati. Over 1,100 portraits will be printed and pasted in a few days. The photobooth truck was installed in front of the museum, at a local school, and on Fountain Square.
Beyond any political debate about 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S., these portraits taken in Photobooth Trucks traveling in cities across the country remind us that behind the numbers are real human stories. Inside Out 11M aims to start a conversation about immigration.
Times Square, was the site of the world’s first ever photo booth almost 100 years ago. In April 2013, Inside Out hosted a photobooth truck in Times Square, in the heart of advertising, everyone could paste their own faces on the floor. As part of a city-wide action, the truck made early visits to neighborhoods affected by Hurricane Sandy: the Staten Island waterfront, the Rockaways, Red Hook, and The Bronx.
A photobooth truck visited Japan in early November 2012. From Tokyo to Fukushima, people were able to get their poster right away and paste it in their cities and villages. From February 9th to June 30th, Watari-Um Museum in Tokyo hosted JR's exhibition, with a new photobooth.
As part of JR's "Pattern" exhibition at Perrotin Gallery in Hong Kong.
The visual arts festival Images is the first open-air photography festival of Switzerland. Every two years, it produces unseen monumental photography exhibitions in the streets of Vevey and also proposes numerous exhibitions in various regional institutions dedicated to the image.
As part of JR's "Encrages" exhibition at Perrotin Gallery in Paris.
A gigantic photobooth in the shape of a cube allows everyone to get a poster of their portrait, immediately and free of charge.
Giant photobooths invite thousands of Israelis and Palestinians to capture and print their own portraits as posters and then exhibit them in the streets.
Inside Out Photobooth at the Rencontres d'Arles photography festival.
Inside Out Photobooth at Centre Pompidou museum.
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