An initiative of the SNCF railways, Aérosol has opened in Paris. This creative arts space in an old hanger is entirely dedicated to urban culture and a new hub for street art lovers. Hundreds of works cover the walls and fill the museum with artists such as Crash, Swed Oner, Shapard Fairey, Invader and even JonOne and Banksy. The public is encouraged to check out the art works, chill out with DJs, munch on snacks from the food trucks and bust a move – on hireable roller skates- on the dance floor… 

But get there soon as, like street art, it’s not permanent. Aérosel will be around for six months only.

54, rue de l’évangile, 75018

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