‘BEYOND WALLS’ – the largest human chain in the world links Northern Ireland. Swiss-based French graffiti artist Saype’s worldwide ‘Beyond Walls’ project extends its symbolic human links to Northern Ireland.
Saype presents his new creation, making Venice part of his Beyond Walls global human chain. The work, which is sailing through the Serenissima on the occasion of the Biennale Art, has been unveiled on April 21.
“World in Progress” is a triptych created by French-Swiss landartist Saype. Painted at the UN headquarters in Geneva, New York and Nairobi, the three monumental paintings retrace the iterative creation of an ideal world by two children.
An aerial view shows a giant landart fresco by French-Swiss artist Saype, painted for the 11th step of his worldwide “Beyond Walls” project at the Expo 2020 World Exhibition in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 2021.
An aerial view shows the giant ephemeral landart painting entitled “World in Progress II” by Swiss-French artist Saype (Guillaume Legros) representing two children drawing and building with origami their ideal world,
In the footsteps of slavery. Land artist Saype has just achieved the 10th step of his worldwide “Beyond Walls” project. After a year disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic that has upset the daily life of people around the world,
Beyond Walls project by SAYPE creates the 7th step of the largest human chain in the world is Turin. A general view shows two giant biodegradable landart paintings by French-Swiss artist Saype across the Palatine Gate