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Temporary work of art

Anse Notre-Dame
From June 29 to September 22

Baptiste Leroux was born in Paris in 1995. His background includes graphic design studies in Rouen and Art studies at the University of Paris 1. Today, he is pursuing his studies at the ESADHaR, in Le Havre. Inspired by narrative processes and experiments, his works mostly consist of interactive, autonomous, and evolving installations. Shell will settle in the Saint-François district, near the Bassin du Roy.

Practical info

Temporary work of art

Shell

A 4-metre tall cuttlefish bone. Where does it come ?

Anse Notre-Dame
From June 29 to September 22
Venue

Anse Notre-Dame
Anse Notre-Dame

ACCESSIBILITY

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OPENING HOURS

Tous les jours 24h/24

PRICE

Accès libre

Discovery tour

Étape 16 du From stairways to basins

CULTURAL MEDIATION

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How to get here
Bus 4 - Arrêt Saint-François
ON SITE
  • Bar
  • Paid parking
  • Catering
  • Snacks
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