Category Archives: The Versailles School of Architecture

When Felice Varini Taped-up Versailles

He projects (with paint or tape) simple shapes onto an architectural complex, and an ambulating viewer receives them as “a heap of broken images” specific to a particular itinerary. In the context of Versailles, 2013, such transitory interpretations revived the … Continue reading

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This Hairy Thing

Once again I have dropped by the Royal Stables, the smaller (1) ones. I have already explained to my readers the significance of this horse-shoe building: in XVII and XVIII centuries the School of Royal Pages was located there. To be … Continue reading

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At the Royal Stables

Today I went to the Stables, the Small ones. Actually, the Big and the Small ones are exactly the same size, but the Big Stables is where the carriages were kept and it was more like a parking lot; whereas, the Small Stables were all about … Continue reading

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