éroports de Paris continues to highlight culture within the terminals.
An astonishing 40-meter- (130-foot) long panoramic photo of Paris awaits travelers arriving at International Arrivals Hall 1 at Paris-Orly. Created by Léo Caillard, a 30-year-old photographer who tweaks reality via retouching and montage, the panorama is composed of several photographs assembled and printed on alveolated material. The final image plunges us into contemporary Paris, revealing the Seine, the docks, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, the Cité de la Mode et du Design, the Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, Invalides and the Parc André Citroën, and much more. Just try to identify the optical illusions hiding in there!
Enjoy the visit !
One view of the exhibited Léo Caillard photo.
At this time, enjoy the Louvre museum exhibition around the theme "Travel everywhere at the Louvre", at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and discover l'Espace Musées and his exhibition "Paris in the 1900's".