Jean-Marie LERAT & Miss. TIC - Je ne fais que passer

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Original print of 1998. Sizes: 54x36cm

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Jean-Marie LERAT / Miss. TIC

« Je ne fais que passer »
Original print of 1998.

Stampsigned by Miss. TIC on the back.

signed and dated by Jean-Marie Lerat on the back.

Sizes : 54 x 36 cm.

Jean-Marie Lerat

The City has always been at the heart of Jean-Marie Lerat's work, and it is natural that he restores the poetry and soul of the capital in his photographs. Neighborhoods, sites and streets of Paris then no longer exist. But, by its ability to capture the fourth dimension, photography is a posteriori machine to explore time. Jean-Marie Lerat, a very independent photographer, in love with Paris and Africa, is the author of "Chez bonne idée" (1986), "Ici bon coiffeur" (1992), "I'm just passing through" (1998) ) and many reports published in the press.


Miss. TIC

Plastic artist and poet, figure that can’t be ignored of Street Art, Miss.Tic develops a pictorial universe that she prints on Paris walls since 1985. With drawings of typical women and incisive sentences, her creations talk of Liberty. Her entire art rest on a subtle mix of lightness and graveness, unconcern and provocation.

"I'm just passing by"

The photo of the street work was taken by photographer Jean-Marie Lerat, then friend of Miss-Tic, who followed her in her career for twelve years. This picture was chosen for the cover of the first book dedicated to the visual artist, published in 1998 by Editions Florent-Massot, and sold out the same year. The stencil visual is a rare portrait of the artist. This is a very rare multiple work of the artist, in limited series, an original vintage work. It is for all collectors of Miss-Tic and street art lovers of the 80s-90s.