Paris à l'automne

An autumnal trip to Paris included architectural experiences of both new and old favourites:

Sou Fujimoto's Many Small Cubes in Les Tuileries was part of the FIAC (hors les murs)

Fondation Cartier celebrates its 30 years with an in situ installation by Diller & Scofidio + Renfro: Ballade pour une boîte de verre / Musings on a Glass Box. It is always a pleasure to return to this early and excellent building by Jean Nouvel, and its garden and exhibitions.

Centre Pompidou of course. This time with Gehry, Duras and Duchamp..

Parisian rooftops with la Tour Eiffel in the mist was our morning view.

We were lucky to have the opportunity to experience Åsa Sonjasdotter's Haute Diversité - par le prisme de la patate at the art space le centquatre / 104, where we also found the Open Wall by Pascal Marthine Tayou and Niki de Saitn Phalle's fantastic Cabeza.
We were also happy to see that Jean-Luc Duez is still actively spreading Amour in the streets of Paris..

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