The Donjon of Vez: a medieval residence for contemporary artists
March 3rd, 2016
A Donjon (keep) in a small village in Picardy has survived barbarian invasions and the Hundred Years War. Today it enjoys a second life as a contemporary art museum, home to Daniel Buren’s colored windows, installations by Jean-Pierre Raynaud and gardens landscaped by Pascal Cribier. Francis and Caroline Briest were looking for a second home…
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