Versailles as seen by karl lagerfeld
Karl Lagerfeld's exhibition of photos of the Château de Versailles and its gardens has just ended, but his project continues. The designer and photographer intends to publish a book. The profit of the sales of this book will contribute to the restoration of this heritage. The success of this exhibition must have a true meaning in the subconscious of French history, which appreciates Karl Lagerfeld's original point of view. He focuses less on the well-known architectural splendor and the monarchic glory, and more on the sad sculptures, whirling alleys and the obscure ponds: the viewers of this vanished world locked in a silence of stone.