Schön! | Avr 2014

Stéphane Malka « I admire contemporary art’s enormous capacity to criticise, a quality seriously endangered in architecture today »

When it comes to defining Stéphane Malka’s work, unclassifiable is undoubtedly the first word that comes to mind. Born in Marseilles in southern France, Malka went on to become a prominent figure in the art of graffiti. It was his early passion for creating huge frescoes throughout industrial wastelands and in Paris’ suburbia, he states, that turned him into an architect, with a particular fascination for neglected urban interstices.

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