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Plan to Visit the Artist Ai Weiwei Installation at Chateau La Coste

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Permanent installation by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei at Chateau La Coste

It’s entitled Ruyi Path after the ceremonial sceptre that symbolises power and good fortune in Chinese history; and the artist has followed the shape of the sceptre for a new pathway that weaves between the trees of the forest at Château La Coste.

…Continue reading here for details on this recent installation that uses cobblestones from Marseille to join ancient paths on the vineyard property. In addition, Mountains and Seas is a short term exhibition by the same artist that runs until June 17th.

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