now you can´t see it, but it'd be great to see GGSV installation at Pompidou

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Last weekend was the last time to see the GGSV installation at  Centre Pompidou. Galery Party was the concept behind the children area of the modern art museum in Paris.

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In order to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the museum, this Paris-based studio has designed an interactive installation that follows the narrative of two fictional characters, Gellaé and Séphante.

Two characters who have been walking the halls of the museum's exhibitions and galleries for 40 years.

They have also invited, to complement this incredible combination of brightly coloured, abstract structures and landscapes that reference artists such as René Magritte, Sol LeWitt, Karel Appel and Salvador Dali; the famous artist Liu Bolin, the Invisible Man, who camouflages himself within the environment using a hand-painted cover.

As you can not longer see it we want to bring you a last chance to enjoy this unprecedented work.

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