Ain't no sunshine

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  • Edition size: 99
  • 85 x 59.50 cm (33.50 x 23.40 Inches)
  • Paper White BFK Rives 270 g.
    Lithograph 12 colors printed with Marinoni machines, hand cutted and hand finished, all the lithographs are different
    Signed and numbered by the artist
This lithograph is the first from a series of limited editions as part of the upcoming « Maint Street » exhibition at Mohammed VI Museum in Rabat (Morocco) curated by Print Them All. The promising lineup of participating artist include C215, Case Maclaim, Daleast, Kan, Maya Hayuk, Miss Van, Ron English, Simo Mouhim, Smash137, Thomas Canto, Tilt and Wahib. Most of these artists already did, or will released a limited edition with our publishing house.

"For my first exhibition in a museum located on African land, I wanted to highlight the woman's dignity, with a frontal look. Indeed, it is quite likely in my opinion, that the future of humanity passes by women and ethnic diversity." C215


Emotions, expressions, humanity, here is the vocabulary transcribed on canvas and walls by C215 alias Christian Guémy. Known as one of the legends of the urban Parisian scene, his works mix symbols of urban rejection. Street kids, homeless, drug-addicts, they are all waiting for time to fly by although it does not happen quickly enough. This is what conveys C215 in the form of a silent visual revolution.

His faces are of a flawless expression, accentuated by the addition of blazing colors, which defy the sadness of the gaze and question the viewer. As a muse, appear the features of his daughter, Nina. Far away from an urban writing vocabulary, it is humans who inspire C215, his misfortunes, concerns, daily life, especially the impact of this daily life on their expression and feelings.