Léviathan-sculpture by artist Anish Kapoor, Monumenta 2011, Grand Palais, Paris.
Formed of three 35 metre-high interconnected balloons. The sculpture is made of dark purple skin and a translucent red interior. When standing inside you can see the silhouette of the palace ceiling through the bulbous red rubber.
„Each year MONUMENTA invites an internationally-renowned artist to turn their vision to the vast Nave of Paris’ Grand Palais and to create a new artwork especially for this space. MONUMENTA is an artistic interaction on an unparalleled scale, filling 13,500m2 and a height of 35m.“
Author: Vincent Desjardins from Paris, France