4 works remain to be discovered, "on the road to the beaches" of Antibes Juan-les-Pins.
Two works can be admired in the district of Fontonne (bus 200 or 16), near the Fort Carré (1.5 km via the sea, take the pedestrian tunnel leading to the secondary school).
No 18 - the black and white fresco by MAHN KLOIX
Mahn Kloix grew up in Paris as part of a committed family, driven by the great social struggles of the time. Though activism has always hung over his head, this young man would go on to choose an equally militant path: artistic creation.
Living in Marseilles since 2011, he has transformed the old historic city into a starting point from which to explore the Mediterranean basin through politics and struggle. Mahn Kloix is fascinated by extraordinary paths of life and transcended people, sometimes even overwhelmed by their message or experiences.
No 19 - a school as the medium for FABIO PETANI's "nature" work
Fabio Petani (born 1987 in Pinerolo) is an Italian artist. His works are characterised by a disorderly harmony of lines, forms and volumes, all complementing each other. His research analyses the chemical and molecular aspects of objects. This is a production that highlights a constantly evolving organic complexity. Each chemical element, together with each plant, is in some way related to the environment, space or context in which the wall is created.
Find this piece as you make your way into Juan-les-Pins, along the Boulevard Raymond Poincaré and at the entrance to the Exflora park in Antibes-les-Pins.
No 8 - the CUBI fresco: an amusing, colourful and playful work at the entrance to the park (on the road leading to the beach).
Cubi was born in Antibes in 1982. He has been drawing from a young age, at all times and on any medium. His work mixes his favourite areas: cartoon, illustration and graffiti – which he fuses on a range of media, both noble and raw, such as cardboard, reclaimed wood, walls, cars and public toilets. In short, all sorts of recycled objects and media.
His universe is often absurd, populated by funny characters – at times colourful, at times disturbing and almost schizophrenic.
No 9 - discover the surprising LOW BROS fresco
Low Bros is a German post-graffiti artist duo composed of brothers Christoph (1984) and Florin Schmidt (1982). Together, they explore a "retro-futuristic" aesthetic. Inspired by the 80s and 90s, the Low Bros create from a perspective which allows them to reimagine our present future. As the viewer begins to deconstruct these forms, the complexity of their aesthetic is revealed – with each symbol introducing another layer to be explored.