Rubbish solo show

Rubbish solo show

We were so sad not to be able to attend the opening night of the exhibition of Rubbish organized at Le Cabinet d’Amateur in Paris 11th, that we decided to go and meet the artist on the last day of his solo show a couple of weeks ago.

We knew that his artwork was awesome, to have seen it on the streets in Paris, but to see it closer, was even better. The details are crazy. He works very hard on each piece and spend hours to cut… until he hurts his fingers!!

Why rubbish as his artist name? Simply because he started playing music in a band, called « Dirty Rubbish » and likes the word « rubbish« . So as he is making a lot of rubbish cutting his pieces, make sense that he keeps the word in his artist name. Then, cube, to make a funny joke as rubbisk cube vs rubbish cube… and everything started! But he is not as fan of his artist name as he was when he made the joke with rubbish cube, so he now wants to get rid of « cube » and keep only « Rubbish ».
Well, let’s call him RUBBISH !

Below, these are a few photos of his last solo show in Paris: the paper cut-up show… just enjoy!

Rubbish solo show

Rubbish solo show

Rubbish solo show

Rubbish solo show

Rubbish solo show

Rubbish solo show

Rubbish solo show

Rubbish street art

Rubbish street art

I had a little crush on this piece that I’d have loved to buy it:

Rubbish street art

Rubbish solo show

Rubbish solo show

It was great to meet him and to have a little chat with him…

Rubbish, French street artist, 32yo, living and working in Besançon, works on paper-cut as fine as lace. Inspired by people of Beat Generation (William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac et Allen Ginsberg) — he also takes photos no matter who it is and plays with them.

The Paper-Cut Solo Show by Rubbish
Solo show from the 13rd to the 25th of November 2012
@ Le Cabinet d’Amateur

12 rue de la Forge Royale
75011 Paris
Info here: www.lecabinetdamateur.com/expositions/rubbish

 

5 commentaires

  1. Terry Catalano a dit :

    How do I contact the artist Rubbish? I have a series of photographs of what I call « Collective Tagging » or « Collective Grafitti ». Some of these images contain images done by Rubbish, along with many other layers of tags, grafitti, poster remnants, stencil art and the likes. It is being created in i-book form and I want to give credit where credit is due. Since some images contain parts of Rubbish’s faces, it is imperative that I recognize that from the onset. Thanks, Terry Catalano, 508.237.5257

  2. Le M.U.R. laced with paper cut by Rubbish - Back City a dit :

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