Photos of the Week – Théâtre Ephémère about to disappear

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It has taken over 2 1/2 years to renovate the Comédie Française theatre and find a new location for the temporary structure replacing it next to the Buren columns, called the Théâtre Ephémère. Initially, Libya made an offer but it didn’t work out. It  is now going to Geneva for the Opéra des Nations, a strange choice in my opinion because the building doesn’t have much to recommend it! But at least it should be taken down by the time we move and I’ll be able to have one last photo of the Buren columns with the Palais Royal Gardens in the background!

You can see the Théâtre Ephémère on the left of the columns

You can see the Théâtre Ephémère on the left of the columns

The sign at the entrance to the dismounting area

The sign at the entrance to the dismounting area

The Comédie Française is on the right

The Comédie Française is on the right

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2 Responses to Photos of the Week – Théâtre Ephémère about to disappear

  1. Better that it turn up in Geneva than Libya, I think.

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