Continuing last week’s walk, here is art / architecture by Tadao Ando (pictures 1, 2, and 5), Andy Galsworthy (picture 3), Lee Ufan (picture 4), and Renzo Piano.
Château La Coste in the South of France offers a great opportunity to see landscape (and) art. Artists include Kengo Kuma (pictures 1 and 2), Liam Gillick (picture 3), and Ai Weiwei (picture 4). The stepstones appear to be just a nice anonymous addition to a pavillion by Frank Gehry. This walk is a contribution for Jo’s Monday Walks.
Roussillon is famous for its red and ocher rocks which have been used for making pigments for centuries. Our walk took us along the sentier des ochres (first three pictures), then to the old town of Roussillon where, not surprisingly, most buildings were painted in reds and ochres.
There is also a place they call Colorado de Rustrel – a bit off Roussillon so it was not really part of the walk (but it fits into this post’s theme, pictures five and six).
However, l’usine d’ocre Mathieu (Mathieu’s ochre factory) is so close to Roussillon’s town centre that it can be visited on foot (last three pictures).
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The daily walk from our holiday rental to the bakery, a contribution for Jo’s Monday Walks.