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La Maison Rouge, Paris
(4.5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • After Jérôme ZONDER, is exposure of Nicolas Darrot which is amazing, works meticulous craftsmanship, computer scientist, welder, artist of genius who wields power like ice. Bravo to the artist and congratulations again to Antoine de Galbert to regale us with the spirit of his discoveries
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  • A wonderful exhibition of sculpture of Nicolas Darrot. It is not mistaken: everyone is excited, surprised, smiling, having fun, fascinating... it was a fabulous moment, I saw little exposure that generates many emotions visible and noticeable. Go ahead and like me you'll love to share your visit
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  • The red color is dominant in each room. Like visited the furniture store and not at the show. Well presented material.
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  • They do interesting exhibition. Rose bakery here is much better than Marais one.
  • Superbes expositions
  • Great show
  • Very good place
  • Just visited the Winnipeg exhibition here. I think it featured some captivating, gut-clenching art -- a great thing! I applaud the Maison Rouge for it's commitment to showcasing brainy, though-provoking art from "outside the box" locales. For the Winnipeg exhibition specifically: there were some bold works that resonated with provocative statements on life...but also some others that, to my mind, lacked aesthetic and cultural significance. My personal opinion is that too narrow of a limit was placed in this instance, and some "art" that doesn't deserve the name marred the impressions of other works that definitely merit international attention.