Saturday, January 10, 2009
Marguerite and I had a lovely adventure at the Centre Pompidou this afternoon. We ran around and chased each other.
The first exhibit was called (it was created specifically for kids):
POURQUOI PAS TOI?
by Anne Cleary and Denis Connolly
Then we explored "une petite maison noire et blanche" (a little black and white house) as Marguerite called it, by Jean Dubuffet. "Le Jardin d'Hiver" 1968-1970.
And all the while, Marguerite was breaking the rules, sitting on Pierre Paulin couches and climbing over all the ropes she should not have. I was laughing hysterically, but the museum workers were not as amused as I was.
Corps à corps, bleu, Paris-Sienne 2007 Gérard Fromanger