Le Domaine de Muy is a new sculpture park in the South of France featuring 34 large-scale sculptures from established and emerging artists. This installation is the work of Italian artist Gianni Motti.
Entitled "Deep Violet", this piece is built out of aluminum and crafted by Mark Handforth.
A concrete sculpture called "1-2-3 Tower" by Sol LeWitt from 1993 has found its home in the park.
Artist Peter Kogler completed this untitled piece in 2008. It's just under two meters long and made of painted aluminum.
"Rockstone 198", a mirror-polished stainless steel sculpture, is the work of Arik Levy, completed in 2015.
Claude Lalanne created this bronze piece entitled "Pomme de de New York" in 2006.
4 centres délimitant un carré by David Saltiel is bound to cause confusion.
Carlos Cruz-Diez has installed versions of Chromosaturation pour une allée publique, see here, since the 1960's.
Sui Jianguo's Dream Stone, originally designed in 2010, was based off of a stone he found at a building site.
Claire Fontaine's 2010 Bob bust.
This is not a painting. Danuza Leão [Rio] by Sarah Morris is actually two transparencies on a double-sided LED lightbox.
Yayoi Kusama, whose Narcissus Garden is on display at the park, was named the world's most popular artist of 2014.
Tomás Saraceno's Air-Port-City / Cloud Cities 4 Modules is on display in the park. He'd previously installed something similar at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Antony Gormley's Knot II is a departure from his usual figurative sculptures.
Claudia Comte's 128 squares and their demonstration looks like something out of a video game.
Atelier Van Lieshout's Dynamo acts as a portable hotel room.