One of the most important annual contemporary art advancements in Paris, the Monumenta exhibition, recently reopened in the Grand Palais and will likely attract thousands of tourists who want to view the spectacular beauty of the architectural masterpiece. Composed of tangent-colored circles elevated 6 feet above the ground by black-and-white pillars, the design is a visually inspiring sight. Travelers can take their car rental in France
to the capital city and witness this colorful artistic playground for themselves.
Every year, Monumenta invites an internationally renowned contemporary artist to design the massive Grand Palais space with a specially created artwork. This year, Daniel Buren won the coveted canvas because of his ability to provoke comments, admiration and arguments from art enthusiasts across the globe. His style has changed the way other artists present their work, and found their way into venerable museums and institutions in virtually every continent.
Claiming, "the spirit of the place is sunshine and light," Buren thoughtfully took the framework of the Grand Palais into account when designing his enormous masterpiece. When travelers arrive from their car rental in Paris
, they enter a long white corridor that enables them to discover the installation gradually rather than abruptly in one glance.
To witness this majestic art form, visitors can book flights
and venture to the Parisian palace in June.