Park: art walkBook
At the Hangar Y, the program is conceived as a poetic parenthesis in a historic and emblematic site of Greater Paris, far from the frenzy of the city, where one can take the time to explore, to be surprised and to stroll closer to nature.
The Hangar Y's art trail offers a unique experience of art, with works that invite dreams, discovery, participation, reflection and dialogue with the environment.
The works of some of the most recognized artists on the international scene and of emerging creation, appeal to the senses and to the participation of visitors, to touch and be touched by art. This artistic wandering allows a large public to access the best of contemporary creation through a discovery course in the undergrowth of the park, the Great Perspective, the alleys, the Hangar Y square or in dialogue with the Chalais basin.
Along the way, visitors will discover some twenty multidisciplinary, sensory and participatory works: sculptures, installations, sound, olfactory and performative works, ephemeral works... An enchanted, poetic interlude and a true journey of inspiration.
Adel Abdessemed - Christian Boltanski - Lee Bul - Tony Cragg - Ida Ekblad - Barry Flanagan - Shilpa Gupta - Subodh Gupta - Laurent Le Deunff - Sarah Lucas - David Nash - Ernesto Neto - Simon Periton - Stefan Rinck - Ugo Rondinone - Roman Signer - Kiki Smith - Pascale Marthine Tayou - Wang Keping
A self-guided tour booklet for adults accompanying children aged 6 and over, for an active discovery of the works of art!
Using the themes of bestiary and fantastic animals, this self-guided tour puts children in action in front of the works. Activities, questions and answers, a "Did you know" section... Share a family moment around contemporary sculpture!