The urban contemporary art, or “street art” is changing the vision and the landscape of our cities for more than 30 years. Mostly, the artists are the “outsiders”, displaying their work in a very public domain of the street, many of them not having a formal art training. Being accused for not being formal artists, they’ve ended up gracing museums and major galleries. This is a visual introduction of the Art of Kesadi, French street artist, born in Lyon, 1994. It seems like he is doodling around his daydreams.

Détails toile 120x120cm 😅 #kesadi

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Préparation de l'expo en juin à la galerie SBK. #kesadi

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🏁. #kesadi

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🇪🇸. #kesadi

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🇪🇸. @muelle_21cafe 👌 #kesabosseduravalencia

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Sold à la @galerie_sbk 💥 Solo show visible jusqu'au 16 juillet. #kesadi

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Détails…🍊 @projet_venus_lyon #kesadi

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3 eme étage. Rehab💥 Avec @moyoshi_ihsoyom & @urb1. #kesamoyo&urb1

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