Annecy Paysages is an open-air art festival taking place in the center of Annecy this summer, until the beginning of September. Here is a map of all the artworks. There are a few events outside the city as well.
Above, view of the statue from the west. The statue looks towards Place de la Bastille.
The Musée Bourdelle is an art museum located in Montparnasse, Paris. It preserves the studio of sculptor Antoine Bourdelle and also contains more than 500 of his works including marble, plaster, and bronze statues, paintings, pastels, fresco sketches, and Bourdelle’s personal collection of works from other artists. Admission to the permanent collections is free, but there is a charge for temporary exhibits.
Since its historic center was almost completely destroyed during WW2, Rotterdam was rebuilt in modern architecture after the war. In the last few years, many new towers have arisen and many new iconic buildings designed. The cityscape is also dotted with many modern sculptures.
“The Garden Which is the Nearest to God” is the title of the temporary platform installed by artist Taturo Atzu on the roof of the Oude Kerk, in the Red Light District of Amsterdam. It is gone now, but the tower of the church provides a similar view every year from April to September.