Gallery: Tadashi Kawamata Covers Versailles in a Surreal Cascade of 5,0...

Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata took 5,000 leftover wooden crates and shaped them into a towering cascade that spills from the roof of a building in Versailles, France! Dubbed "Gandamaison", the temporary installation is made from fruit and vegetable crates donated by shops and markets in the area. The delirious assemblage of found materials creates a beautiful contrast with the classic architecture of the Versailles’ Centre d’Art Contemporain.

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