The French street artist known as JR wants to display your face in Times Square next week. For his project "Inside Out New York City," he plans to install a photo booth truck in the bustling tourist trap, creating poster-sized self-portraits that will be pasted on the ground in Duffy Square.

JR's Times Square decorations are part of his global project, Inside Out, which he launched after he won the TEDPrize in March 2011. In his latest installation in Times Square the first set of black-and-white images -- snapped ahead of time in the roaming photo booth truck -- come from neighborhoods affected by Hurricane Sandy. Next week, anyone will be able to put their faces on the concrete.

"The subjects of JR’s work don’t serve his personal statement or message, but represent themselves," Neil Callender writes in Tokyo Arts Beat. "In his use of the photo booth and his readiness to let others make the images, JR renounces the idea of himself as artist. Instead he has become like a curator; and the world is his gallery."

On April 20, a documentary film about the artist's global project called "Inside Out: The People's Art Project" will appear in the Tribeca Film Festival. Snap your own photo in Times Square from April 22 - May 10.

Would you line up to say cheese? Let us know what you think of JR's ambitious project in the comments below.

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  • Israelis hold their pictures taken by French street artist JR in Tel Aviv at the site of a tent camp set up to protest against rising housing prices and social inequalities in Israel on September 3, 2011. (MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Israelis hold their pictures taken by French street artist JR at a street in Tel Aviv at the site of a tent camp set up to protest against rising housing prices and social inequalities in Israel on September 4, 2011. (MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Palestinian boys plaster black and white photographs taken by French street artist JR of Palestinians on Israel's controversial separation barrier in the West Bank town of Bethlehem on September 9, 2011. JR's project entails having Palestinian and Israeli portraits taken, then printed and pasted onto walls in Israel and the West Bank, as a way of making the two peoples view each other on a 'basic level, as normal individuals'. (MUSA AL-SHAER/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A Palestinian woman in traditional dress walks past large black and white photographs taken by French street artist JR of Palestinians, on September 6, 2011, in the West Bank city of Ramallah. JR's project entails having Palestinian and Israeli portraits taken which are then printed and pasted onto walls In Israel and the West Bank, as a way of making the two peoples view each other on a 'basic level, as normal individuals'. (ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A young man poses next to a picture by French artist and photographer JR on a temporary wall of a construction site near the metro station in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on October 13, 2012. The exhibition shows 170 portraits, most of them from inhabitants of the Moinho favela (shantytown) in Sao Paulo, where JR started part of his global project 'Inside Out' on March 2012. (YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP/GettyImages)

  • Brazilian staff of French artist and photographer JR place one of 170 portraits on a temporary wall of a construction site near the metro station in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on October 13, 2012. The exhibition shows 170 portraits, most of them from inhabitants of the Moinho favela (shantytown) in Sao Paulo, where JR started part of his global project 'Inside Out' on March 2012. (YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP/GettyImages)

  • Peope look at the photo exhibition by French artist and photographer JR on a temporary wall of a construction site near the metro station in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on October 13, 2012. The exhibition shows 170 portraits, most of them from inhabitants of the Moinho favela (shantytown) in Sao Paulo, where JR started part of his global project 'Inside Out' on March 2012. (YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP/GettyImages)

  • Brazilian staff of French artist and photographer JR place one of 170 portraits on a temporary wall of a construction site near the metro station in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on October 13, 2012. The exhibition shows 170 portraits, most of them from inhabitants of the Moinho favela (shantytown) in Sao Paulo, where JR started part of his global project 'Inside Out' on March 2012. (YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP/GettyImages)

  • An unoccupied building in Washington, DC, is decorated by French street artist JR with a giant print of the 1968 iconic photo of a sanitation strike in Memphis, Tennessee, by Ernest Withers on October 11, 2012. JR used the civil rigths era photo called 'I am a Man' to inaugurate his first installation in the US Capital. (MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP/GettyImages)

  • Activists of the "BE THE CHANGE" group stick pictures outside a bookstore in Athens on Saturday Sept. 22, 2012 as part of the "In Town Without My Car Day" event. Amalias and Panepistimiou St. was closed to traffic for 9 hours as part of the European "In Town Without My Car Day", the culmination of the 7-day European mobility week. (AP Photo/Dimitri Messinis)

  • Activists of the "BE THE CHANGE" group stick pictures outside a bookstore in Athens on Saturday Sept. 22, 2012 as part of the "In Town Without My Car Day" event. Amalias and Panepistimiou St. was closed to traffic for 9 hours as part of the European "In Town Without My Car Day", the culmination of the 7-day European mobility week. (AP Photo/Dimitri Messinis)

  • Persons wait in line for prints of their portraits made in an instantaneous photographic cabin called 'Inside Out', a large-scale participatory art project by French photographer JR on July 4, 2011 as part of the 42nd annual Rencontres d'Arles photography festival in Arles, southern France, showing 47 exhibitions until September 18. (GERARD JULIEN/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Persons wait in line for prints of their portraits made in an instantaneous photographic cabin called 'Inside Out', a large-scale participatory art project by French photographer JR on July 4, 2011 as part of the 42nd annual Rencontres d'Arles photography festival in Arles, southern France, showing 47 exhibitions until September 18. (GERARD JULIEN/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A Palestinian boy plasters black and white photographs taken by French street artist JR of Palestinians on Israel's controversial separation barrier in the West Bank town of Bethlehem on September 9, 2011. JR's project entails having Palestinian and Israeli portraits taken, then printed and pasted onto walls in Israel and the West Bank, as a way of making the two peoples view each other on a 'basic level, as normal individuals'. (MUSA AL-SHAER/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A Palestinian youth plasters black and white photographs taken by French street artist JR of Palestinians on Israel's controversial separation barrier in the West Bank town of Bethlehem on September 9, 2011. JR's project entails having Palestinian and Israeli portraits taken, then printed and pasted onto walls in Israel and the West Bank, as a way of making the two peoples view each other on a 'basic level, as normal individuals'. (MUSA AL-SHAER/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Palestinian women walks past, looking at large black and white photographs taken by French street artist JR of Palestinians, on September 6, 2011, in the West Bank city of Ramallah. JR's project entails having Palestinian and Israeli portraits taken which are then printed and pasted onto walls In Israel and the West Bank, as a way of making the two peoples view each other on a 'basic level, as normal individuals'. (ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A Palestinian woman walks past large black and white photographs taken by French street artist JR of Palestinians on September 6, 2011, in the West Bank town of Ramallah. JR's project entails having Palestinian and Israeli self-portraits taken which are then printed and pasted onto walls In Israel and the West Bank, as a way of making the two peoples view each other on a 'basic level, as normal individuals'. (ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Pictures of Israelis taken by French street artist JR are plastered on a wall in Tel Aviv at the site of a tent camp set up to protest against rising housing prices and social inequalities in Israel on September 4, 2011. (MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images)

  • French street artist JR lies down on pictures he took of Israelis at a street in Tel Aviv at the site of a tent camp set up to protest against rising housing prices and social inequalities in Israel on September 3, 2011. (MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images)