Cyprien Gaillard on chaos, reorder and excavating a Paris in flux

by Editors Staff

Paris is in fixed flux, and no extra so than now because it races to revive its most cherished monuments and reverse all traces of disrepair forward of the 2024 Olympic Video games. 

Whereas the Eiffel Tower is stripped of 350 tonnes of paint earlier than a contemporary coat is utilized, and the Champs-Elysées will get ‘reenchanted’, French artist Cyprien Gaillard has been busy fascinated with our perpetual battle for preservation, and the way this transitional second is fertile floor for unpredictability, chaos and dysfunction.

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