I had the pleasure of discovering Ruinart’s latest collaboration with Liu Bolin at Grand Palais. “Reveal the Invisible”
It was on the 9th of March 2018. I love the majestic feel of the Grand Palais and think it lends well to any artistic endeavors. Without knowing really what to expect I ventured up the stairs to see my host waiting in a painted face mask and my booklet of the exhibition. I wandered around in what felt like a playful mase.
Scenes of bright colors and light hues where every corner, with small rooms, made bigger with double facing mirrors to magnify the impact.
Bolin has a way of painstakingly having fun. On one hand, I mean it looks so tedious as most art is, but then it looks like so much fun being camouflaged as Art decor French windows or getting lost in a green Ruinart vineyard.
Some photos below take us through some of the artist work known for disappearing in plain sight.