Exhibitions at Grand Palais

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The Grand Palais (officially known as The Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées) is an art complex comprising a large museum, exhibition hall, and historic site at the Champs-Élysées in the French capital, Paris.

It is run by the national museums of France (Rmn-GP) and showcases some of the world’s most famous exhibitions and artworks. Founded in 1900, the Grand Palais sports the Beaux-Arts style of architecture, stone façade and ornate décor.

Anish Kapoor’s Leviathan at Grand Palais – His most impressive work yet?

The Leviathan at Grand Palais is just another massive artwork of Anish Kapoor that has captivated the world. Described by art enthusiasts as one of the most powerful artworks of all time, the sculpture is a culmination of the mental and physical dimensions. Like other works done by the same artist, this particular one has […]

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Huang Yong Ping created the longest snakes you have ever seen

A massive snake in real life? Absolutely frightening. A massive snake skeleton, aluminum and stainless steel structure, on the other hand? Absolutely exciting and awe-inspiring. Such is the Chinese-French artist Huang Yong Ping’s unique aluminum snake sculpture, an installation he dubbed Ressort. Designed and installed in 2012 for the Queensland Art Gallery in Australia, this

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