Street Artist JR Wins The TED Prize For 2011
TED picks an unconventional recipient for their annual prize.
TED has announced the winner of its prize for 2011. In a somewhat unusual but refreshing choice, street artist JR has won a grant of $100,000 and the chance to work with the TED community to develop “an audacious wish that will involve the world in a brand new piece of art.” From the TED press release:
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