Olafur Eliasson’s “inside the horizon" installation. One of the most scenic and interesting pieces of Art at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris. November 2014.
Visiting the Louis Vuitton foundation on Nov 16, we really enjoyed our trip. The exhibitions aren’t really there so we’ll have to come back to it later but honestly, the main attraction is Frank Gehry’s building. A real beauty, in the middle of the fantastic ‘jardin d’acclimatation’ an 1860 zoological garden turned into a funfair... Continue Reading →
Chopin once lived here… And George Sand wasn’t very far. Don’t ask what these two were up to. A bit far from Orléans, the private square has been a listed national landmark since 1977. In the middle of our street… Neo classical fountains. Not so neo neo classical motobike. The English look and feel isn’t... Continue Reading →
Rue Campagne première, a stone’s throw from the hotel where Man Ray was staying. July 2014 (shot with the super crisp 105mm macro/micro f/2:8 Nikon lens)
The Cloister at Mont St Michel in Normandy is made of a multitude of small thin polished columns sculpted out of English granite. The perspective of its columns and arches can be arranged into endless geometrical patterns. Here are a few examples. April 2014. Saint Michael’s Mount (Normandy).