Candy Colored Grand Palais

French artist Daniel Buren has a new art work, Excentrique(s), at the Monumenta exhibition in Paris’s Grand Palais. The massive installation consists of hundreds of steel canopies stretched with translucent acrylic membranes, and giant mirrors suspended directly beneath the building’s dome. The work and the space present a study in contrast: originally built for the 1900 World’s Fair, the Grand Palais is frocked in ornately wrought but industrially-colored cast iron; Buren’s work is minimal but candy-colored. (via Architizer, image Francois Guillot/Getty)