MAUSA Vauban in Neuf-Brisach, France

While we were visiting our pal, Bev, in Freiburg, Germany, I really wanted to head over to the French village of Neuf-Brisach to check out MAUSA Vauban.

This is a street art gallery and museum that’s housed in the ramparts of the city, which were built in the late 1600s and early 1700s as a fortified town in the classic, octagonal shape of the military engineer, Vauban.

The owners of MAUSA – Musée d’art urbain et de street art – have created one of the coolest galleries I’ve ever seen. It’s a network of cave-like rooms, each given to a different artist to paint or do an installation however they see fit. Clementine and her crew invite artists from all over the world to paint here, so most of the rooms are temporary.

So, let’s check out what was on display during our visit!

Christian Guémy aka C215

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