Galerie Perrotin. Eiffel Tower – Horses in the skies June 2015

Italian artist Paola Pivi—she of the sailing donkey and the zebras in the snow—has conjured up once again an impossible visual poem and made it a reality. For her ninth exhibition at Galerie Perrotin, aptly entitled “Yee-Haw," Pivi has created a powerful and oneiric series of photographs—shot by Hugo Glendinning—that show a group of magnificent horses running wild through the Parisian landmark (see Eiffel Tower Closes due to Staff Walkout against Pickpocket Gangs). Paola Pivi, Yee-Haw (Paris) (2015)Photo: Courtesy Galerie Perrotin via Design Boom Paola Pivi, Yee-Haw (Paris) (2015) Photo: Courtesy Galerie Perrotin via Design Boom

Italian artist Paola Pivi—she of the sailing donkey and the zebras in the snow—has conjured up once again an impossible visual poem and made it a reality.
For her ninth exhibition at Galerie Perrotin, aptly entitled “Yee-Haw,” Pivi has created a powerful and oneiric series of photographs—shot by Hugo Glendinning—that show a group of magnificent horses running wild through the Parisian landmark.
Paola Pivi, Yee-Haw (Paris) (2015)
Photo: Courtesy Galerie Perrotin via Design Boom
Paola Pivi, Yee-Haw (Paris) (2015)
Photo: Courtesy Galerie Perrotin via Design Boom. With thanks to c. ARTNEWS . June 2015