Street Art Project Transforms Tunisian Island Into A Museum

An international collaboration of street artists has transformed a Tunisian Island into an open-air museum.

One island, one village and 150 street artists of 30 different nationalities have come together to bring you “Djerbahood,” an open-air museum which has transformed the Island of Djerba into a vibrant and enchanting space.

The art project has been prepared by an international collaboration that was organized by Galerie Itinerrance, a gallery in Paris, France. It turned out to be no coincidence that the island also happened to be known as the “Island of Dreams” – especially for the street artists who went all out and took the phrase “painting the town red” to a whole new dimension.

"The way I communicate with the people is not trying to say anything to them, but invite them to being in my world, and my experience. And if they can share a little bit of my world, my experience I think it is a social change. They can see the world from my eyes and my point of view," said one of the artists in a video.

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Take a look at some of the very cool street art that can be seen in this Tunisian Island: 



Erriadh villagers are artists too ??? ???? ? ???? #djerba #djerbahood #tunisia #livetunisia #door #bluedoor

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Artist : #ROA (Belgium) In #djerbahood #octopus #graffiti #instagrafite #streetart #streetartist #djerba #tunisia

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