Case Maclaim tossed a coin in Grigny, France

We just received the pictures of Case Maclaim’s new mural. Named ‘Pile ou Face’, the artist from Frankfurt painted this piece in La Grande Borne, an important district in Grigny, France. 

From 4 to 8 September, Case Maclaim created a 15 x 10 meters mural in the multiracial working-class district La Grande Borne. This time, his recognizable style – hands, skin, transparency and movement – shows a classic coin flip: ‘Pile ou Face’ (translated ‘Head or tail’).

Me and my wife Samira had a lot of fun to paint in this neighborhood. It was an experience for encounter and sharings. The painting is resolutely European. A kind of flash about Brexit in England.

Next month, Case Maclaim will present his first solo show in France: ‘Everyday Robot’ in the Galerie Mathgoth in Paris, 9 November – 2 December.


Photos by Case Maclaim

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