Camille by Arne Quinze
by sabine7 / July 5, 2010


Camille, the latest installation by Arne Quinze spans the Seine in Rouen, on the Boieldieu bridge that divides the city. Named after Claude Monet's wife and fellow artist Pisarro, the installation is signature Arne Quinze: an exuberant entanglement of colourful wooden beams and slats that are meant to provoke dialogue and bring people together. The piece is 120 metres in length and weighs in at 110 tons supported by eighteen concrete footings. Camille has been erected for the summer festival Rouen Impressionnée.

Artist: Arne Quinze
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