MOVE FOR LIFE, the mobile art intervention against poverty, aids, violence, racism and environmental destruction created and developed by LITTMANN KULTURPROJECTE, will be shown at the Grand Palais in Paris on the occasion of the contemporary art fair Art Paris.
New trucks intervened by the artists Damien Deroubaix (FR), Isabel Muñoz (ES), Mark Titchner (UK) and Ben Vautier (FR) will be presented for the first time. These artists’ works joined those created by Daniele Buetti (IT), Franz Burhardt (DE), Joche Gerz (DE), Attelier van Lieshout (NL), Robert Rauschenberg (US) and Xia Zheng (CN).

Starting on 1 March 2011, the lorries covered with the artworks will crisscross the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, France and Italy.

On 30 March 2011, at 10 AM these lorries will converge on the Grand Palais in Paris for the opening of ArtParis. Throughout the duration of the art fair, some of the lorries will remain parked in front of the Grand Palais, while others will be placed in other iconic sites of the French capital city.

Starting on 4 April, the MOVE FOR LIFE lorries will resume their ordinary travels through Europe.

MOVE FOR LIFE will be shown at the Grand Paiais in Paris in March 2011

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