RNST – ‘HAPPY DAY’ – 22/06-08/07
Photo credits: @instahub

The wind of revolt blows on the walls…so strongly that they are wearing a red scarf.
RNST
is the contrary of being an isolated painter rally all the votes in France, the French being naturally revolted.

After all it is the country that has invented  the communism, at Tours in 1920 as everybody knows. The famous “L’Internationale”song had his lyrics written by a Frenchman…

The wind of revolt blows on the walls…so strongly that they are wearing a red scarf.
RNST is the contrary of being an isolated painter rally all the votes in France, the French being naturally revolted.

After all, it is the country that has invented the communism, in Tours in 1920 as everybody knows. The famous “L’Internationale” song had his lyrics written by a Frenchman…

The colour he shows is one of the rivers of blood that has spread down the hills of Belleville in May 1871 during the “bloody week”, of the Spree river carrying Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg’s corpses, of the eponymous army of Leon Trotsky.

The red: half of the colours of the city of Paris with the blue, that has encircled the white of the royalty to make the French flag. It paradoxically reminds us of the “Oriflamme” that the kings hold at Saint-Denis when he raised troops for war.

This enlightens suburban guerilla, this sun daze that slides to the east is the distinctive signature of RNST.
Tenderness of the embrace. Embrace of the tenderness between favour and fear, curled up in the arms of a grizzly, in the space between the mouth and the scarf, exactly like the place reserved to the freedom of expression.

The RNST‘s revolted soul is strong in heart. He is showing his colours with proudness. He cautiously asserts his heritage. Humble, he only displays his opinions but shows only one colour.

Photo credits: jlsouc & Le mur
Photo credits: jlsouc & Le mur
Photo credits:
http://www.jestemwpodrozy.com
Photo credits:
http://www.jestemwpodrozy.com

RNST – ‘HAPPY DAY’ Vernissage 21st JUNE at Le Lavo//matik

Article written by:

Sigismond Cassidanius, polymorphic artist. He makes stencils and belongs to a group of collagists. He also writes press releases about other street-artists for their exhibitions and he animates a group on Facebook.His passion for street-art movement grew since the 90’s when, together with his friends, he created the association JONAS. They have been involved in squatting the former Lycée Diderot (Pole-Pi) in 1995 until 1999 and organized festivals of urban arts in Montmartre.
After his bachelor in history of Paris he oriented himself to the working class anthropology and the urban economy. He has been working for 20 years for the city of Paris as a pedagogical responsible. Today he shares his passion for urban artistry through guiding and his support of the Collective 3 Couronnes in Belleville.

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