Street art is becoming more accepted in the contemporary art world and France's new MAUSA Vauban Museum hopes to push street art legitimacy further. Located in the town of Neuf-Brisach, this new museum stands as a 10-year celebration of the Vauban citadel inscription as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The space spans over 100m2 of interior space and over two kilometers of galleries showcasing the works of iconic street artists.
The MAUSA Vauban Museum currently plays host to 12 resident artists, Seth, Mesnager, Guy Denning, Levalet and Denis Meyers, each of which transformed the space into something that combines modern artistic stylings with world heritage. This combination makes exploring the cavernous museum a unique experience as the artwork blends beautifully with the surroundings while standing out as exceptional pieces.
Image Credit: Guy Denning