Paris and the Golden Apple
In the shadow of Montmartre with the imposing Sacré-Coeur, Paris is strewn along the La Seine, with the island of Île de la Cité marking its ancient heart. Vying for attention are its notable landmarks, such as the Moulin Rouge, Centre Pompidou, Trocadéro, The Hôtel du Ville, Le Louvre, Notre Dame, The Père Lachaise cemetery and of course, that Tower. To the east you can just see Bercy on the horizon with its Ministry of Finance, built along the line of the old city wall.
An artist has no home in Europe except in Paris. [Friedrich Nietzsche ]
[a commission, 2014]