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The ODP Letter N°657

Week of 10.05.2022


Who knows the design paradox – you know, when you get the feeling that a hardware update is making it harder to use a device in the early days – won’t be surprised that the ODP doesn’t escape it point: it is by partnering with Intramuros that your agenda of design outings begins its extra-muros development, and now invites you to spontaneous escape far from the ring road. And not to mislead you, the international addresses are in color.
A new formula accompanied by an indecently summery weather conducive to the week’s arty afterworks.
Yes, the climate is changing and resources are becoming scarce…
Faced with these upheavals, the Biennial of architecture and landscape – the Bap! – promotes the sharing of knowledge and best practices around architecture, landscape and urban planning, in Île-de-France and around the world. It is to be discovered in the appointments of the week and in your section accessible directly here .

So enjoy and above all, take care!

Tuesday May 10

New Generation Middle Ages – 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

Press inauguration of the Cluny Museum – Museum of the Middle Ages, ahead of its opening to the public this Thursday, May 12 after a major modernization project. And it’s a New Generation Middle Ages to discover! A prestigious collection which illustrates the extraordinary diversity of medieval artistic productions. The new museography, following a chronological thread, aims to make clear the evolution of forms, the moments of rupture, the innovations, the aesthetic differences from the north to the south of Europe.
Cluny Museum⎢28 rue Du Sommerard, Paris 5 (M° Cluny-La-Sorbonne)


C!Print Lyon – 10 a.m. / 6 p.m.

C!Print Lyon (10/12-05), reference trade fair for visual communication and graphic industries. C!Print is the privileged place to discuss, understand market developments, meet key players and test new customizable media and discover the latest innovations in printing, personalization and finishing.
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Eurexpo – Lyon // Hall 1 & 2.1⎢boulevard de l’Europe, Chassieu 69


Engraved stones – 11:30 a.m. / 3 p.m.

Press visit to the “Pierres gravures” exhibition (12-05/01-10), cameos, intaglios and rings from the Guy Ladrière collection. A real introduction to the history of glyptics. Two hundred exhibits, from Greek Antiquity to the 19th century, presenting a continuous panorama of techniques and styles.

School of Jewelry Arts⎢31 rue Danielle Casanova, Paris 1 (M° Opéra)


Brand Content Grand Prize – 5 p.m. / 11 p.m.

Prize-giving ceremony for the best branded content strategies hosted by Charlotte Bricard, preceded by Branded Content Day, a conference dedicated to content by BCMA.
Cocktail Networking.
Register here
Élysées Biarritz ⎢ 22-24 rue Quentin-Bauchart, Paris 8 (M° George V)


Furrows – 6 p.m.

Opening of the multidisciplinary collective exhibition “Furrows – exploring, understanding, dreaming the Living” (11-05/11-06) of the Fertile association, bringing together eleven artists around the poetic dialogue of plowing and plastic work. Symbol, material, imprint or writing constitute so many sensitive echoes of the shape of the furrow in the collective imagination. With Aurèce Vettier, Alice Bandini, Jules Lobgeois, Léa Dumayet… Curated by Laure Boucomont and Elora Weill-Engerer.

Fertile⎢11 rue Pierre Sarrazin, Paris 6 (M° Odéon)


Gobelins meeting – 6 p.m. / 8 p.m.

Exceptional encounter between Jean-Claude Ellena (perfume composer) and Olivier Roellinger (chef). Round table moderated by Olivier Maure (Accords&Parfums). Without reservation but limited places.

Manufacture des Gobelins ⎢ 42 BC. des Gobelins, Paris 13 (M° Les Gobelins)

Wednesday May 11

“Live our time! » – 10am

Press tour – in English – of the exhibition “Vivre notre temps! Bonnard, Vallotton and the Nabis (13-05/16-10). The farewell exhibition of the Hahnloser/Jaeggli collection at the Kunstmuseum Bern shows the most famous works of the painters of this audacious movement and illustrates their multiple links with Paul Gauguin and Odilon Redon. In the presence of curator Marta Dziewańska.

Press Accreditation here
Kunstmuseum Bern ⎢ Hodlerstrasse 8-12 – Bern


Icons – 7 p.m.

Launch of the last three “Icons” books, led by Emmanuel Tibloux, Dir. of EnsAD and ex-Dir. of the Ensba in Lyon, and Jean Cléder, Dir. of the Collection, in the presence of the three authors, Laurent Jullier (Debord, 2021), Rose Vidal (Chaplin, 2022) and Gérald Petit (Prince, 2022).
Understanding the outstanding figures of contemporary culture in all fields, from literature to sport via the arts and sciences, to grasp their work in the bright light of a personal and profound reading, such is the challenge of the collection. Icons.

Pernod Ricard Foundation ⎢ 1 Paul Ricard course – Paris 8 (M° St-Lazare)


Marcel Lods – 7:30 p.m.

Meeting around the book “Marcel Lods, Educating in Modern Architecture”, a set of unpublished texts by the French architect-urban planner Marcel Lods: texts of a rare quality (writings and transcriptions of conferences) to which are added comments and studies by Claire Brunet, Éric Chauvier, Richard Klein, Christophe Viart, Pieter Uyttenhove, David Bihanic and Antonella Tufano.

Bookstore Volume ⎢ 47 rue ND de Nazareth – Paris 3 (M° Strasbourg St-Denis)

Thursday May 12

1st World Days of Topiary Art

World Days of Topiary Art (12/15-05). Private and public parks and gardens offer activities dedicated to this little-known art of trees, shrubs cut into figurative shapes: guided tours, conferences, pruning demonstrations, botanical advice, exhibitions…
Program here


Suite 606 – 10 a.m. / 5 p.m.

Press presentation of Suite 606 of the legendary SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen on the occasion of Fritz Hansen’s 150th birthday. Rediscover the world of Arne Jacobsen and his most iconic pieces, the Egg, Swann and Drop armchairs.

Demonstration workshop of the artisanal manufacture of the iconic leather Egg armchair (11 a.m. or 2 p.m. by reservation with at Silvera Bac.

Silvera St-Germain⎢209 bd St-Germain – Paris 7 (M° Rue du Bac)
Silvera Bac ⎢ 43 rue du Bac – Paris 7 (M° Rue du Bac)


The key stages of creating a brand1:50 p.m. / 3:00 p.m.

Online conference of the Design Spot of Paris Saclay University on brand design, with the participation of Juliette Damoisel, director of strategy at the Extreme agency.

Beyond a logo, what really is a brand and what value does it bring to a product and a company? Learn about the main steps to follow and the tools to use to build effective brands.
On registration here


“Free Land” – 5:30 p.m. / 9 p.m.

Opening of the exhibition of Ukrainian ceramics and contemporary creations, presented at the Galerie Sana Moreau, the first Ukrainian gallery in Paris. Limited edition collections of design and handicrafts from the best workshops in Ukraine. A true balance between contemporary design, emotional art and traditional craftsmanship, these creations are very popular with French decorators.

Brought back to Paris just before the war, they are today symbols of freedom for their creators, inspired by the land of Ukraine for which they are now fighting.

Sana Moreau Gallery at Village Suisse N°93 ⎢ 78 av. de Suffirent – Paris 15 (M° La Motte-Piquet Grenelle)


Light & Flex – 6 p.m.

Flokk and Modular invite you to live a unique experience between lighting and furniture!
Light will be shed on the new seating solution for the flex-office, and the place of lighting and furniture in the tertiary layout for Light & Flex workspaces. Workshop and Cocktail.
On registration here
Modular Showroom ⎢ 31 rue du Mail – Paris 2 (M° Sentier)


Bitten•e•s – 6 p.m.

Opening of the “Mordu•e•s” exhibition by the Printed Images workshops, which brings together work by students from the National School of Art and Design in Nancy (ENSAD Nancy), the Haute École des Arts du Rhin ( HEAR) and the Higher School of Art of Lorraine (ÉSAL).
Proposals that reflect the dynamism of the printed image workshops in these art schools today.

Le Préau, space for art and creation – Maxéville 54


“Longing – woven threads, interwoven stories”6 p.m. / 8 p.m.

Opening of the exhibition “LONGING – woven threads, crossed stories” (12-05/14-08) by six artists – Julia Bland, Mark Corfield-Moore, Kristina Müntzing, Emelie Röndahl, Mariana Silva Varela and Côme Touvay – who, through their weavings, evoke their history and question the notions of origin, heritage, belonging, family, spirituality and existence.

Longing in English means, here, the desire to find oneself or to find oneself again, the nostalgia for the past, the regret of missing beings or unfulfilled dreams. Around thirty woven works form a veritable journey between the interior, courtyard and garden of the Hôtel de Marle.

Swedish Institute ⎢ 11 rue Payenne – Paris 3 (M° St-Paul)


What a time to be alive6 p.m. / 8 p.m.

Opening of the exhibition “What a time to be alive” (13-05/13-06) by Mark Sturkenboom, iconoclastic artist and designer, for the tenth anniversary of the creation of his studio. A selection of pieces made between 2012 and 2019 including its mirrors made from Porsche, Lamborghini or Ferrari doors, damaged, polished, silver or chrome.

The Dominique Fiat and Odile Ouizman galleries, both located rue des Coutures Saint Gervais, will also be open for their respective openings.

ToolsGalerie ⎢ 16 rue des Coutures St-Gervais – Paris 3 (M° St-Paul)


Urban Art Fair6 p.m. / 10 p.m.

Opening by invitation of the Urban Art Fair (12/15-05), 1st international fair dedicated to urban art. On the program: the Urban Film Festival, live paintings, dedications and performances and a focus on NFT.

The Carreau du Temple ⎢ 90 rue de la Folie-Méricourt – Paris 11 (M° Temple/Republic)


The Little Prince and the Rose6:30 p.m.

Conference “The Little Prince and the rose. Story of a life, story of a work”.

The recent edition of the Correspondence between Antoine and Consuelo de Saint-Exupéry, Sévigné Prize 2021, and the exhibition that the MAD is devoting today to the Little Prince have profoundly renewed the understanding of the life and work of writer.
From the commented reading of the letters exchanged between the writer and his wife, the conference proposes to illustrate how the little prince and his rose are to Consuelo and Antoine what literature is to life.

Reservation here
MAD ⎢ 111 rue de Rivoli – Paris 1 (M° Palais Royal)


La Samaritaine, an architectural renaissance6:30 p.m.

Dedication of “La Samaritaine, An architectural renaissance” in the presence of authors Jean-Baptiste Minnaert and Jean-François Pousse on the occasion of the revival of this masterpiece of Art Nouveau after 15 years of work. An emblematic Art Deco façade on the Seine side. A new softly undulating glass skin on Rue de Rivoli. An aerial structure made entirely of metal and glass. Solar, flowery and colorful interior ornaments. A large canopy, promise of light.

Center Pompidou bookstore ⎢ pl. G. Pompidou – Paris 4 (M° City Hall/Rambuteau)


“On the board”6:30 p.m.

Opening of the exhibition “Au tableau” by Suzanne d’Hulst, graphic designer and illustrator, graduate of Gobelins. Didactic drawing boards displayed on the walls of the Sergeant Paper (12-05/12-06). In the presence of the artist.

Sergeant Paper ⎢ 26 rue du Château d’Eau – Paris 10 (M° République)


“The object becomes” – 7:30 p.m. / 9:30 p.m.

Screening of the short film “The object becomes”, film by Alexandre Humbert.

Born from the meeting between Giovanna Massoni, curator, and Alexandre Humbert, designer and director, this film tells the story of Belgian design at a historic moment which determines an important turning point in its role and accompanies us through attitudes, words and gestures of nine protagonists of circular design, reuse, regeneration of resources, new models of organization and production. One story, nine practices. Agile artifact generated by individual and collective experience, the object (the design) passes from one hand to another, it adapts, it is shared, it is regenerated. The work is (again) open – as Umberto Eco wished (Opera aperta, 1962)…

Trailer here
On registration here

Wallonia Brussels Center ⎢46 rue Quincampoix – Paris 4 (M° Rambuteau)

The Advance – 8 p.m.

L’Avancée, the Fondation Ricard’s exhibition wall dedicated to emerging artists, presents the work of Frederik Exner, a student at ENSBA Paris in the studio of Tatiana Trouvé (12-05/04-06).

Pernod Ricard Foundation ⎢ 1 Paul Ricard course – Paris 8 (M° St-Lazare)

Ricard Foundation Bags – 8:30 p.m.

Launch of the Pernod Ricard Corporate Foundation Bags x Marianna Ladreyt, fashion designer and BDMA resident. Designed using old tote bags from the Ricard Foundation and transformed following an eco-responsible up-cycling approach dear to the designer, they favor short circuits and local production.

Also launch of its Thetys collection, accessories and ready-to-wear in recycled swimming pool buoys.

Pernod Ricard Foundation ⎢ 1 Paul Ricard course – Paris 8 (M° St-Lazare)

Friday May 13

Between Earth and City, the power of trees in pictures – 8 a.m. / 9 p.m.

As part of the Bap!

Silent guardians, privileged observers of our lifestyles and sentinels of our fragile ecosystems: trees are the stars of this photographic exhibition by Emmanuel Boitier. A veritable hymn to biodiversity where each tree is an encounter in its own right that invites you to escape…between Heaven and Earth.

Petite Ecurie, wall of the Maréchalerie ⎢ 8 av. du Gal de Gaulle – Versailles 78 (RER C Versailles Château Rive Gauche)

Saturday May 14

Bap! – 08h / 21h

2nd edition of the Biennial of architecture and landscape (14-05/13-07) in Versailles.
Nine exhibitions at the heart of the event, designed around the link between land and cities. Among the topics to discover: a new look at soils and local resources, new practices for more resilient architecture and landscapes.

Versailles 78 (RER C Versailles Chateau Left Bank)


King’s vegetable garden – 11 a.m. / 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. / 4 p.m. – 4 p.m. / 6 p.m.

Guided tours with a guide from the King’s Vegetable Garden.

King’s vegetable garden – ENSP ⎢ 5 rue du Maréchal Joffre – Versailles 78 (RER C Versailles Château Rive Gauche)


“District 2024: beyond the athletes’ village” – 11 a.m. / 7 p.m.

An immersion of the visitor in the process of development of the future village of the athletes of Paris 2024 (14-05/13-07).

Presentation of the design approach, process of revealing what exists, what has existed and what will exist – thanks to the establishment of “architects’ workshops” bringing together project management teams, communities and local stakeholders – by Dominique Perrault, urban architect, designer of the Athletes’ Village.

Former Central Post Office ⎢ 3 av. from Paris – Versailles 78 (RER C Versailles Château Rive Gauche)


Earth element – 11 a.m. / 7 p.m.

The exhibition “Earth element The earth that shapes us – The earth that we shape” (14-05/13-07) presents an XXL living model of Île-de-France, made in Ile-de-France lands. On its surface, algae, mosses and lichens appear forests, gardens and urbanized areas. A long geological section of the Paris basin reveals what is happening under our feet, accompanied by an experimental and explosive map produced by the Société d’objets cartographiques.

Former Central Post Office ⎢ 3 av. from Paris – Versailles 78 (RER C Versailles Château Rive Gauche)


Territories in transformation – 12 p.m. / 6 p.m.

Discovering the fundamental role of the earth in our territories.
As part of the Bap! the exhibition “Territories in transformation” (14-05/10-07) imagines the public space of tomorrow by focusing on the movements of the earth and the use made of it. Reconversion of old industrial premises, requalification of agricultural and peri-urban edges, decline of commercial areas and their gigantic car parks…

It also presents the Paris-Saclay Campus Edge project, which articulates a set of hydraulic systems, ecological measures, experimental and agricultural plots, sports and recreational uses for the benefit of the invention of a public space. of a new kind.

Future eco-district of Gally ⎢ 101 av. from the Leclerc Division – Versailles 78 (RER C Versailles Château Rive Gauche)

The Grand Paris Express Pavilion – 12 p.m. / 7 p.m.

As part of the Bap! the Société du Grand Paris and Dominique Perrault present an immersive exhibition devoted to the new metro and its urban, architectural and environmental ambition (14-05/13-07). Within the grounds of the former royal hospital are presented historical maps of Greater Paris, the Ile-de-France rail network and the districts of the 68 future stations, as well as a selection of models of architectural projects.

Espace Richaud ⎢ 78 bd de la Reine – Versailles 78 (RER C Versailles Château Rive Gauche)


European Night of Museums

18th edition of this cultural event that has become cult, around the theme: / 2050 immersion in the future of the European Night of Museums. Say goodbye to audioguides and other exhibition posters: the public is invited to (re)discover museums through increased use of technology.

Program of events everywhere in France here


NEM at Mac Val – 3 p.m. / 11 p.m.

Discover “À mains nues”, new hanging of the collection, “Modern Lovers” exhibition by Karina Bisch and Nicolas Chardon, as well as the programs that unfold in the spaces of the MAC VAL: concert by Mathilde Fernandez, performance by Agnès Geoffray, taste tours by Collectif Enoki, artist’s book workshop with illustrator Saehan Parc, multisensory tours by Amandine Marco, screen printing workshop with Roxanne Maillet and Célia Gaultier, hand massage sessions by Elisabetta Potasso…

Mac Val ⎢ pl. of the Liberation – Vitry S/Seine 94

Sunday May 15

The International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) – 10 a.m. / 6 p.m.

With a focus on original and enduring design, ICFF+WantedDesign, North American design fair (15/17-05), showcases a wide range of furniture products for residential, contract and hospitality environments at an audience of professionals and the press.

ICFF and WantedDesign Manhattan bring together over 300 established and emerging design brands from over 25 countries.

An overview to discover through this Intramuros article .

Jacob K. Javits Center ⎢ 655 West 34th Street – New York


Opening Night Party – 6 p.m. / 8:30 p.m.

By invitation.

Javits Center – Rooftop Pavilion ⎢ 655 West 34th Street – New York

Cultural Festival – 10:30 a.m. / 6:30 p.m.

Cultural (15/16-05) is the festival dedicated to the promotion of Italian Food Culture. It disseminates the values of healthy food based on quality and environmental sustainability, on respect for territorial ecosystems, on the natural cycle of the seasonality of products and promotes craftsmanship.
True artisans of taste, starred chefs and promising young people, pastry chefs, pizza makers, bakers, sommeliers, interpret the best Italian cuisine through their excellence through workshops, masterclasses, demonstrations and tastings.

Ticket office here

Bastille Design Center ⎢ 74 bd Richard Lenoir – Paris 11 (M° Richard Lenoir)

” Earth ! Land in sight! – 11 a.m.

The climatic and urban challenge seen by two foreign architects and the curator of the “Terre! Land in sight! “. Debate with Rozana Montiel, Mexican architect, Boonserm Premthada, Thai architect and Jana Revedin, architect and urban planner PhD, curator of the exhibition “Earth! Land in sight! », founder and CEO of the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture.
Hosted by Marie-Hélène Contal, dir. from the cultural development department at the Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine, co-curator of the exhibition “Terre! Land in sight! “.

Petite Ecurie, ENSA ⎢ pl. des Manèges/8 av. du Gal de Gaulle – Versailles 78 (RER C Versailles Château Rive Gauche)

“In the footsteps of Steinlen in Norway” – 11am

Conference by Karianne Brevick, art historian and Claude Orset, specialist in the artist Steinlen, followed by a visit to the exhibition “Les jardins secrets” (12h/13h) by Delphine Travers, Dir. of the Château d’Auvers and curator of the exhibition “The Secret Gardens of Théophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859-1923), from Montmartre to the Oise Valley”.

Van Gogh room of the Château d’Auvers ⎢ rue de Léry – Auvers S/Oise 95

Like Rock Water – 2 p.m.

Inauguration of the photographic installation by Emmanuelle Blanc (15-05/15-08), a project carried out as part of utopia, 6th edition of the lille3000 cultural season and the thematic proposal made by the committee of territorial experts of the photography in the Hauts-de-France region, under the direction of Audrey Hoareau.

The Bois d’Infière ⎢ chemin des Osiers – Gruson 59

“From Sky to Plate” – 3 p.m.

Vernissage “From Heaven to Plate in the Jardin des Ifs in Gerberoy, Remarkable Renaissance Garden”, poetic walk between art, design and French garden (01-05/30-09) around the creations of Maud Louvrier Clerc.

The Yew Garden ⎢ 3 imp. Vidame – Gerberoy 60

Monday May 16

“Grand amphitheatres: Natural history of architecture” – 6:30 p.m. / 8 p.m.

Conference given by Mr. Philippe Rham, architect, doctor of architecture.

How climate, epidemics and energy have shaped the city and buildings? Rereading the history of architecture from these objective, material, real data makes it possible to face the major environmental challenges of our century and to build better, today, in the face of the climatic emergency.

Open University ⎢ 6 imp. Gendarmes – Versailles 78 (RER C Versailles Château Rive Gauche)


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Since we’re talking about it

After “Man, nature and the city” theme of the Bap! 2019, the Ile-de-France Region is continuing its reflection this year with “Terre et Villes”.

The link between land and cities is considered in all its forms: landscape base, support of living things, nourishing lands, lands abounding in natural resources, circular development, earthen construction.
With nine exhibitions in prestigious places in the city of Versailles and curators with rich and varied backgrounds, conferences, debates, participatory workshops…, the Bap! is one of the major national meetings of 2022, bringing together the views of partners with multiple areas of expertise: local authorities and associated organizations, national higher education schools of architecture and landscape, national cultural establishments, planning establishments, giving a voice to professionals of construction, housing and landscape, academics, sociologists and artists.

Among the subjects to be discovered, you are exposed to a new look at soils and local resources, new practices for more resilient architecture and landscapes.
Complementary to the Resources exhibition at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal, the “Element of Earth” exhibition reveals the links that unite the geographical base of the Ile-de-France, land use and land use to better understand how we anchor ourselves on this territory.
The “Visible, invisible” exhibition proposes to invent new terroirs through a material and energetic approach to environments. Deployed through the school of architecture and in the exceptional site of the Petite Ecurie, it is structured in three stages: a “monument” of material and energy resources constituting the soil of these inventions (stone, earth, wood, water, sun, wind…); a testimony of the ambitious practices at work in Île-de-France and elsewhere and a platform for sharing and experimentation to pursue this research together: it is also your turn to contribute to the invention of visible and invisible aesthetics of new terroirs , rich and conscious of their resources and their surroundings!
In the heart of the King’s kitchen garden, “La Préséance du vivant” invites us to reflect on our current relationship with nature, both joyful and profound.
A garden exhibition that offers a meeting, a weaving, between scientific knowledge and the poetic wonder of our relationships with others. It highlights the diversity of our relationships with the living and the richness of the beings who together inhabit this planet. You will be able to take part in the Potager du Roi in the planting of a collaborative garden: “Le Potager des autres”, and will also be able to discover how to take care of the soil in landscape projects with the exhibition “Projet(s)Terre(s) “, which presents the achievements of the students of the school.
And if you had to dig a little deeper under this earth, “The Grand Paris Express pavilion” presents an immersive exhibition dedicated to the new metro and its urban, architectural and environmental ambition: the largest urban project in Europe designed by the Société du Grand Paris and Dominique Perrault. At the heart of the pavilion, the history of the Paris metro, its construction sites, its tunnels, the new stations and the trains parade through 360 degrees through a film retracing this urban adventure.
Enough to promote the Greater Paris project, both a showcase of French and European know-how in terms of architecture, mobility, urban planning and culture, and a symbol of the transformations underway in the major cities.
A discovery of urban changes and ecological opportunities generated by the metro, such as the recovery of soil excavated during the digging of tunnels, and the architectural projects of stations illustrated through a selection of models and interviews with the designers of the project.

Through the Bap!, it is therefore the challenge of the urban planners of the 21st century: to build taking into account global warming, pollution, galloping urbanization or even the lack of cultivable land, which is visible.

But how do you know where you’re going if you don’t know where you come from?

Take advantage of your stay in Versailles to immerse yourself in plans and drawings from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, illustrating realistic or utopian architectural projects imagined for the Palace of Versailles, which allow, according to Élisabeth Maisonnier, curator at the Palace, to “Looking with another eye at the current monument, symbol of our heritage, which seems immutable and frozen in time. Confronting these dreams with reality is of interest to all audiences, especially since the drawings chosen were chosen for their own interest, of course, but also for their beauty, elegance and originality.

“Versailles. Dream architectures 1660-1815” (04-05/04-08)
Palace of Versailles Place d’Armes / High stone gallery, North wing – Versailles 78 (RER C Versailles Château / Rive Gauche)