Two of the graffiti world’s most notorious sprayers, Moses & Taps™, present their first show in the French capital at Le Paris Urbain. Making a name for themselves through conceptual artwork in unexpected public places, Moses & Taps™ helped define early on the “Rules of Vandalism.” Their prolific work, which includes painting 1,000 trains in 1,000 days, reached a broader audience through their book International Top Sprayer: Moses & Taps™. Now, some of their most recent work is set to be on display for two weeks, showcasing the spray can as a tool and the urban space as a medium in a comprehensive exhibition organized by The Grifters.
Check out our exclusive first look into the space above and find out more about the project in the video below. Make sure to drop by the exhibition if you find yourself in Paris between May 30 and June 13. The first 50 visitors to the exhibition will be presented with a limited edition spray can by Montana Cans and Moses & Taps™.
Le Paris Urbain
51 Rue de l’Échiquier
75010 Paris, France
- Photography: Mathieu Vilasco for Highsnobiety.com