Friday, 20 May 2011

Montage


An exhibition in the making: I saw this in front of the palace coming home around 21:00 yesterday evening... All I can say for now is that looks rusty and that it will be one of the exhibits of the upcoming Bernar Venet exhibition.

Vu hier soir place d'armes... C'est le montage d'une des oeuvres de Bernar Venet pour la prochaine exposition dans le parc du château et à Marly.

20 comments:

Kay L. Davies said...

Well, that could be interesting, couldn't it? Super photos!
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Jack said...

I really don't yet understand what I am seeing, Ceil. When you show the finished exhibit, maybe it will make sense.

As to Florida, no, I will not be golfing with our friend. He is five hours north of me and I am just here for three days.

Jacob said...

I think you're going to have to go to the exhibition and take more photos so we can learn what this is...looks to me like one of our cement troughs... :-)

Bob Crowe said...

One of your best pictures. We love Venet (e. g. http://saintlouismodailyphoto.blogspot.com/2009/07/citygarden-steel-and-water.html). Will the exhibit be there through the end of the summer?

Doug Hickok said...

This exhibit has potential. It will be fun to see its progress until completion. The silhouette makes it look fascinating.

Regina K said...

I looked at the website and looks interesting. I look forward to seeing more of this exhibition.

I don't know how I missed the Jeux de Perles in yesterdays photo. I can see why it is one of your favorites, sad to see it closing.

Randy said...

I can't wait to see it when it's done. Nice beginning.

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting for sure.

I haven't been in Seattle for wuite awhile----but staying 2 nights in a awful. It is so noisy and just the hum of it all made my eyrs hurt. I have bout in the country too long. MB

Malyss said...

ta photo est super. Mais B.V a exposé chez nous, et expose toujours d'ailleurs, vu qu'on nous impose deux de ses oeuvres à longueur d'années, et ouais, metal, rouille, lourd, moche...ça vieillit mal ..Les mouettes adorent faire "ce que tu sais" dessus, et je les approuve!

Cezar and Léia said...

Bon, j'aime bien l’art moderne!À mon avis c'est vraiment un bonheur de penser que l'art et aussi la culture peux être accessible à tous! ;)
bon week-end
bisous
Léia

BaysideLife said...

I love the curves. Anxious to see the finished sculpture.

Thérèse said...

Il travaille donc avec le métal!

Louis la Vache said...

Rusty? Like «Louis'» knees?
Quel dommage!

VP said...

Yo u already know that this is not exactly my kind of things...

Bergson said...

la première est impressionnante

l'arbre de 8 m a été attaqué par des piafs en tout genre
je les enverrai bien se faire enregistrer chez Claude

Stephanie said...

Love the evening light. And how cool you captured this...(thing?)... in the making!

Sharon Van Lieu said...

Oh, I am eager to see how this progresses. It looks so interesting.

Sharon

Magpie said...

It looks like the ribcage of some prehistoric monster. :)

JM said...

Hope you'll show the final thing. I'm very curious now! :-)

jennyfreckles said...

Looks like the ribs of a wrecked ship. I love the top photo, very atmospheric.