Public Art in Paris
"Art has to be a tool to understand the world."
Nuit Blanche remains one of the most prominent explorations into public art, with works scattered across the city in a unique yet cohesive manner. With well-known sites such as The Tour Morland, L'Institute du Monde Arabe and the National Library of France all becoming sites and viewpoints from which viewers can see the exciting works displayed across the city.
As the principal collaborator to LAURENT LE BON, artistic director of Nuit Blanche, Anaïs Lellouche organised events and commissions that unfolded over 11km at the heart of Paris.