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  • 2011 TED Prize Winner JR's photos

    An overview of French artist and 2011 TED Prize winner JR's "Women Are Heroes" project at Favela Morro Da Providencia, Rio de Janeiro, August 2008. The TED Prize is awarded to an exceptional individual and grants a "Wish to Change the World" using $100,000 and the resources of the TED community. JR wished to turn the world inside out by sparking the largest participatory art project in history. JR's "Inside Out Project" is taking off, with people pasting their images on walls from Brooklyn to Tunisia. <a href="http://www.youtube.com/theinsideoutchannel" target="external">Click here to visit JR's new YouTube channel which allows everyone to show how they are participating in his TED Prize wish.</a>
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  • 2011 TED Prize Winner JR's photos

    The French Embassy wall at Phnom Penh, Cambodia, March 2009, for the Women Are Heroes project.
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  • 2011 TED Prize Winner JR's photos

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia, March 2009, shown as part of Women Are Heroes project.
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  • 2011 TED Prize Winner JR's photos

    JR started his artwork in the streets of Paris. Here, the Pont Louis-Philippe at night, in Paris, September 2009, all part of the Women Are Heroes project.
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  • 2011 TED Prize Winner JR's photos

    The overview of the Kibera slums in Nairobi, Kenya, February 2008, as part of the 28 Millimetres project, which brings art to improbable places, offering different perspectives on a world often portrayed all too narrowly.
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  • 2011 TED Prize Winner JR's photos

    The overview of a train in Nairobi, Kenya, in February 2008, all part of the 28 Millimetres project, which brings art to improbably places.
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  • 2011 TED Prize Winner JR's photos

    Taken at Favela Morro Da Providencia, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 2008, as part of the 28 Millimetres project, which brings art to improbable places
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  • 2011 TED Prize Winner JR's photos

    JR captures the separation between Palestinian territories and Israel. Here, the Palestinian side at Bethlehem, March 2007, all part of the Face2Face project, which encourages Israelis and Palestinians to look beyond what divides them. JR, the 2011 TED Prize winner, wished to turn the world inside out by sparking the largest participatory art project in history. JR's "Inside Out Project" is taking off, with people pasting their images on walls from Brooklyn to Tunisia. <a href="http://www.youtube.com/theinsideoutchannel" target="external">Click here to visit JR's new YouTube channel which allows everyone to show how they are participating in his TED Prize wish. </a>
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