Georges V — From February 17th to March 18th 2017

For 2016’s Nuit Blanche, the artwork “Cote 15,28 l’amour deborde” was mounted on the façade of the Conciergerie in Paris, showing ribbed vaults turned upside down, sinking, seeming to announce climate change. A recurring obsession of an artist preoccupied by ecological questions, global warming might have led Pierre Delavie to share his vision of a building deformed by heat, which took the form of a monumental installation in Paris at 39 avenue George V in 2007. His latest work can be found on the same avenue, at number 45, the current location of Gallery Loo and Lou and where the rest of the story is written: an enduring reflection between an artist and his environment.

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