The rooftop of the Grande Arche in Paris is currently home to an interesting new photography exhibition that will delight environmentalists and animal lovers. Yann Arthus-Bertrand has taken still and moving images of the natural world for around 50 years. He continues to share an important message about the fragility and beauty of the environment and its species – a message that is more crucial now than ever before.
This show takes visitors on a retrospective journey from his early photography work in Kenya through to some of his more famous projects – such as the Earth from Above Project. There is also a chance to head into the auditorium to see some of his short films on the subjects. This eye-opening show continues in Paris until the 1st of December, so there is plenty of time to make return visits over the year. See the work, bring family and friends and share the important message.
Opening Time :
From 19 July 2019 to 1 December 2019
Arche du Photojournalisme
1 Parvis de la Défense
Metro line 1, tramway T2 or RER A station « La Défense – Grande Arche »
Official website : www.lagrandearche.fr