David LaChapelle 2009 retrospective in Paris

David LaChapelle 2009 retrospective in Paris

Don’t miss the David LaChapelle retrospective at the Musée de la Monnaie in Paris, starting February 6th. It is the biggest David LaChapelle exhibition ever organized in France. This retrospective puts an emphasis on his more recent work, the life size 3D collage series. Some of his earlier work relating to the Star System series such as “Pamela Anderson: Over Easy, 1998”, “Elton John, Never Enough, Never Enough, 1997” , “Leonardo DiCaprio Nostalgic Styling, 1996” or “David Bowie Eyes that cannot see, 1995” will not be part of this show as originally planned. David LaChapelle changed his mind about showing those pieces right before the opening of the show. He wanted the retrospective to be more about his new work Auguries of Innocence, and more recent series such as Recollections in America, Meditation or Destruction & Disaster.

The exhibition will be open seven days a week and until 10pm on Monday and Friday.

Feb. 6 - March 31, 2009
David Lachapelle at the Musée de la Monnaie
11 Quai de Conti
75006 Paris
Metro: Pont Neuf, Odéon

M-Sun: 10.30am-7.30pm (until 10pm on Monday and Friday)
Ticket window closes 30 min before closing time.

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