Picturesque squares, narrow streets and mind-blowing views of the Alpilles; there are plenty of reasons to visit the French village of Les Baux-de-Provence. Lovers of art and heritage, however, will be particularly enthusiastic about the Carrières des Lumières – the old quarry, where the huge rock walls and floor (7,000m², up to 14m high) have formed the backdrop for sound and light shows for 30 years. In 2010, Culturespaces took over the management of the Carrières. Their objective: to immerse visitors into the fascinating artwork of the world’s most famous painters. Since March 2017, 75 Barco laser phosphor projectors have helped bring the paintings to life on the former quarry’s walls, in great detail and the crispest colors.
The price-performance ratio is ideal. The projectors have really lifted this exhibition to a higher level.
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