Another must-see Street Art exhibition is currently taking place in Paris – Lab 14 is not to be missed!
Lab 14, currently unoccupied, is transitioning from Post Office building to residential complex. In between this transformation is a temporary and colourful Street Art exhibition.
Covering 2 floors over 1600m2 and presenting around 30 artists (including stencil-artists, sculptors, digital artists and photographers) Lab 14 follows the footsteps of La Réserve Malakoff, mixing 3D installations, workshops and exhibitions. From the entrance to the staircases, some big names of street art occupy the old post office building, including: Seize, Anis, Nosbé, Madame, Onsept, Bojan, Reaone, Dem Dillon, Tempo, and many more!
One of the floors in entirely dedicated to in situ art, so visitors can plan ahead who they’d like to see in action, and admire how the works of art come alive and take shape. You can be at the heart of the artistic process, within the artist’s workshop to discover their technique. Follow the creative birth of artworks, sharing an intimate moment in a colourful beehive!
Rush to the 14th District! The Street Art exhibition ends on February 26th.
Address: 140 Boulevard du Montparnasse
Opening hours: Wed-Sun: 1pm to 8pm, Late nights until 10pm Thur & Sat.
Entry fee: 2€