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Giving Slums a Human Face

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  • J R Wins TED 2011 Prize
    Slide Show:
    “Giving Slums A Human Face”
    Image Credit: J R/Agence VU
    www.jr-art.net
    Presentation © http://mindgap.in
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    The TED prize for 2011 will go to the graffiti artist J R, who has made a name for himself by plastering downtrodden neighborhoods around the world with colossal photographs.
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    The French artist, 27, is fiercely protective of his anonymity, and identifies himself only by his initials.
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    “portraits of women” in a Rio slum.
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    “Portraits of women” in Paris in 2009, part of J R's “28 Millimeters” project, named for the wide-angle lens he uses on his subjects.
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    An installation in Cambodia.
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    An installation on the Palestinian side of Israel's security fence, Bethlehem, March 2007.
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    Kibera, Nairobi, January 2009.
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    Kibera, Nairobi, January 2009.
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    Kibera, Nairobi, January 2009.
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    Kibera, Nairobi, January 2009.
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    Phnom Penh, Cambodia, March 2009.