Études has joined forces with the renowned Palais de Tokyo, Europe’s leading contemporary art venue, to back the art exhibit titled La morsure des termites, curated by Hugo Vitrani. The exhibit showcases the work of over fifty artists from around the world, all delving into the intersections of art history and graffiti. Through diverse mediums – from paintings and videos to installations – the exhibition reveals the profound impact street art has had on various art forms. The essence of this artistic movement is deeply embedded in Études’ very DNA, especially evident in their recent AW23.24 collection, CENTRE-VILLE, which draws heavily from graffiti motifs. As a special touch to this partnership, Études teamed up with New York-based photographer Ari Marcopoulos to craft an exclusive T-shirt, limited to 100 pieces, featuring his Buff I, Paris (2007) photograph. Both institutions cherish their shared commitment to artistry, and this partnership symbolizes their mutual appreciation for the vast influence and potential of street art. Aurélien, co-founder of Études, and exhibition curator Hugo Vitrani expressed their enthusiasm about the collaboration, highlighting the synergy between Études and the overarching theme of the exhibit.