The underground art rebels of Paris

Nov 22, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Newsday

The obsessively secretive members of the Paris Urban eXperiment have spent the last 30 years surreptitiously staging art events in tunnels under the French capital.

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Elda

Paris, France

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Nov 24, 2012
 
A pure BBC fake!

Actually, the two "journalists" Lucy Ash and Kirsty Lang have tried to make believe that they followed a UX group in a sort of underground in Paris.

This is a pure fake. They pay a couple of teenagers to pretend they are UX and mix the whole thing with real UX members itw.

But they only talk with the real ones on the phone!

I have never seen such sorry journalistic methods!
dognes

Pittsburgh, PA

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Nov 25, 2012
 
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The obsessively secretive members of an underground art collective have spent the last 30 years surreptitiously staging events in tunnels beneath Paris. They say they never ask permission - and never ask for subsidies.

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