July and August is starting to pack quite a few pieces of art around the world. For the time being, the traditional village of Erriadh on the island of Djerba (Tunisie) is gathering close to 150 international artists from around the world to paint the village. Thanks to Galerie Itinerrance, the same behind Tour Paris 13, they intend to transform the village in an open air museum. Between the past 7th & 15th of July, Lara Seixo Rodrigues (from WOOL & Mistaker Maker) curated the visit of Portuguese artists Add Fuel, Arraiano, and Mário Belém to which Pantónio, resident artist of Galerie Itinerrance, joined forces for the project DJERBAHOOD. Together with them, many other artists like Roa, c215, faith 47, know hope, herbert baglione, btoy, m-city, jaz, calma have already helped giving color to the village. Jump inside to have an in dept view of what went down, and what else awaits for the future artists still to come.