The fourth edition of Street for Kids, a charity auction to benefit the Musée en Herbe, will be held on Monday, September 21, 2020, once again bringing together urban and contemporary art figures to support the Musée en Herbe.

Since the start of the 2019 school year, the students of the Specialized MBA “International Art Market” of ICART, the school of cultural and art market management, have been working in a few months to bring this fourth edition to life. After the success of the three previous editions, the goal for the students is to surpass these records!

The 2019 edition has resulted in a collection of 85,050 euros donated entirely to the Musée en Herbe to continue its actions in favor of access to art, in particular through the plastic arts workshops for audiences far from culture: “Les récrés du Musée”.

After a temporary halt to the project and the closure of the Museum during the confinement linked to Covid-19, the sale is rescheduled on Monday, September 21 at 7 pm. The economic context makes it even more crucial to make the Museum’s ambitions shine through: to open its doors to as many people as possible, to make the public aware of art from an early age.

As in previous years, the sale will take place in partnership with Artcurial and under the hammer of the auctioneer specializing in urban art, Arnaud Oliveux. No less than 105 lots will be sold under his hammer!

The lots are now visible on the Invaluable online auction platform: collectors can register and place bids today and of course on the evening of the sale in “live” ( It is also possible to leave a purchase order or to bid remotely by phone.

The physical presentation of the works will take place at Galerie Joël Knafo (182 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris) on Saturday, September 19 (from 1 to 7 pm) and Sunday, September 20 (from 1 to 6 pm).

Buying a work at the Street for Kids 4 sale is to support directly the Musée en Herbe while having fun, without buyer’s fees (except online purchase 5%)!

The 2020 edition brings together many nationally and internationally renowned artists:

Akiza, Alben, Alber, Ami imaginaire, Ardif, ARDPG, Banksy, Basto, Bault, Big Ben, BK Foxx, C215, Chanoir, Clément Laurentin, Clet, Codex Urbanus, Cope2, Da Cruz, Daco, Doudou Style, Eddie Colla, El Xupet Negre, Ërell, ÉvazéSir, Fabien Verschaere, Fenx, Gilbert Petit, Gregos, Icy & Sot, Jace, Jacques Villeglé, James Colomina, Jana & JS, Jean Faucheur, Jeanjerome, Jef Aérosol, Jérôme Thomas, JM Robert, Jo Di Bona, Joachim Romain, Jordane Saget, Katre, Kef! , Kouka, L’Atlas, Le Cyklop, Lek, Léo Scalpel, Levalet, Logan Hicks, M. Chat, Madame, Mahn Kloix, Marko93, Miss.Tic, Monkey Bird, Monsieur B., Monsta, Mosko, Nadège Dauvergne, Nasty, NoéTwo, Oak Oak, Onemizer, Peter Klasen, Petite Poissone, Pimax, Polar Bear, Popay, Pure Evil, Rero, Romain Froquet, Saype, Seaty, Shane, Shepard Fairey, Sifat, Steve Pitocco a. k.a. Koeurélé, Stew, Stoul, Tanc, Théo Lopez, Thirsty Bstrd, Treize Bis, Twopy, Victor Ash, Vincent Bargis, Xare, Zenoy Zest, Zloty (Gérard Zlotykamien).

To bring these works together, the students were able to count on the support of the artists, but also on that of collectors and galleries, as well as many partners whom they would like to thank.

Discover already the works for sale with the online catalog here.