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Space invader in Edith Piaf’s Paris

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Edith Piaf is exciting. A guided tour in the neighborhood where Edith Piaf was born, not so. However, it was our only trip to the edges of Paris. An added bonus was Père Lachaise Cemetery. What stood out on the trip, besides graffiti on Oscar Wilde’s tomb, was this odd art work above a specialty food store overlooking one of the oldest churches in the city. Didn’t quite realize what we were looking at until we saw Banksy’s movie “Exit Through the Gift Shop”. If I am not mistaken, this is work of Space Invader. I forgot to take down the name of the church but it is one of the two churches in main Paris with an attached cemetery and only one with everyday public access to the cemetery.

Distant view of the church

Distant view of the church

Church and the epicerie

Church and the epicerie

Space invader art above Epicerie

Space invader art above Epicerie

Behind the church

Behind the church

Written by Som

January 27, 2011 at 8:22 pm

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  1. The one in Epicerie goes well with his surroundings=)

    Alice

    February 18, 2011 at 2:16 am


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