12 Hours at the LOUVRE

Heir to the light century, the Louvre has established itself as “the Museum of Museums”. Visited by more than 10 million people a year, it forms a complete microcosm of photographic opportunities. An open, popular, generous, accessible place with exceptional art spaces where modern architecture blends in perfect harmony with the markedly symmetrical majestic palace.

The human dimension, the going and becoming of souls in search of art, give life to the project. The contrast between the inanimate stillness of the work of art and the life given off by those who stand before them, fleeting silhouettes, indifferent faces, surprised or seduced and almost always, selfie photographed, end up being an essential part of this project.