Street Artist Hunto Paints in the City of Love, Paris 2018

Italian street artist Hunto recently travelled to Paris to bring his colours, bold shapes and movement to the Gare de Lyon, train station.

Hunto’s pieces are an ongoing exploration of the intertwined themes around the strongest force in the world… Love!

With Paris being the capital of romance it was the perfect destination for this passionate Italian.

With his Picasso and Braque’s influences, Hunto assembles his cubic characters to over 170 square meters to the railway station.

The Gare de Lyon is one of the six large mainline railway station termini in Paris. It is one of Europe’s busiest stations and Hunto enjoyed his own connection with the many passersby.

The project was curated by Quai36 with support from SNCF and Gares & Connexions.


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Photo Credit Claude Artier



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