⪧ We left our life in New York City to make a new one in Provence ⪦

January 10, 2009

...with Mlle.



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

4 comments:

Cindy said...

Emilie, although I don't often respond to your posts, I have to say that I truly enjoy them! I love the way you share the bits of your life. Your manner of presentation matches the charming way you live!

Jill said...

I think Marguerite would get along swimmingly with Jonathan and Jeffrey. They like to break all the rules too. I think you would be amused by them Emilie.

These pictures were great.

Emilie said...

thanks cindy - you are the bomb.

you too jill. i know marguerite would love the boys.

Rosie said...

What a fun adventure. I am not sure why they have those rules in the first place. But I am sure those museum workers have never had so much fun watching anyone!

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