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Daniel Buren’s Kaleidoscopic Structures Installed in Grand Palais in Paris

Posted By Helen Morgan On May 12, 2012 @ 2:00 am In Art,Design,Gallery | No Comments

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Despite creating a giant rainbow of color [1] that maximizes on the grand space, Buren’s work remains subtle. It was carefully designed and built using minimal materials, but transforms the Palais into a site of hidden pockets and dimensions. By creating a series of secluded spaces [2] within the work, Buren invites curiosity and exploration from the audience.

Celebrating its fifth year, Monumenta has already hosted a range of acclaimed artists, such as last years colossal structure from Anish Kapoor [3]. The installation will be open through June 21.

+ Monumenta [4]

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[1] color: http://inhabitat.com/illuminating-light-installations-inspire-visitors-in-durham/

[2] secluded spaces: http://inhabitat.com/8-amazing-hidden-rooftop-houses-in-new-york-city/

[3] Anish Kapoor: http://inhabitat.com/inflatable-ark-nova-concert-hall-will-bring-music-to-japans-tsunami-victims/

[4] + Monumenta: http://www.monumenta.com/

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