Can you imagine a car park full of cars? That's what it was like before the artist Daniel Buren was chosen to install his columns, which have now become symbols of the Palais-Royal. On the outskirts of the Ministry of Culture, the Comédie Française and the Council of State, Daniel Buren and Patrick Bouchain have created a parterre of 260 columns that people can walk freely around.
Made of Carrara marble, the columns are a symbolic reference to the classical columns that make up the galleries of the Palais-Royal.
Size : 260 colonnes
Category : Installation, Marble
Year : 1985
Type de support : Sculpture
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