Thierry Noir spent five years painting the Berlin Wall illegally every day. “I wanted to cover the wall with colours to wrap it up with paintings, to make it luminous, to show it like a mutation in the city, a mutation in art and nature,” he says. “I could not make the wall beautiful because in fact it would have been absolutely impossible to do so”. (Guardian)
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