Stéphane Carricondo’s “Sagesse” at Rio Street Bienale

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Stéphane Carricondo, a French artist born in 1971, was involved in the Street Art installation titled “Sagesse” as part of the Rio Street Bienale in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2009. The collaborative effort involved several artists under the umbrella of 9eme Concept, creating an artistic installation on Copacabana and Ipanema beaches.

Collaborative Creation

The artwork “Sagesse” involved the artistic contributions of Stéphane Carricondo alongside artists Jerk45, Ned, and Mambo, all associated with 9eme Concept. Their collective effort aimed to bring an eclectic blend of artistic styles and visions to the streets of Rio de Janeiro.

Canvas as a Medium

For this project, a printed canvas served as the medium for the artistic expressions. The collaboration allowed each artist to infuse their unique artistic flair onto the canvas, resulting in a fusion of creative elements.

Provenance and Artistic Involvement

The project was attributed to 9eme Concept, signifying the collective’s involvement and ownership of this collaborative street art endeavor. Stéphane Carricondo, along with Jerk45, Ned, and Mambo, collectively contributed their creative prowess to this canvas installation.


The collaborative artwork “Sagesse” at the Rio Street Bienale showcased the collaborative efforts of Stéphane Carricondo and fellow artists from 9eme Concept. Their collective creativity, imprinted on a printed canvas, brought diverse artistic visions together, leaving an artistic imprint on the vibrant streets of Rio de Janeiro during the Street Bienale.

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