Château de Breteuil: Art + Landscape

Château de Breteuil, a privately held 17th-century chateau, and its surrounding landscape are poised with a unique opportunity to become a global cultural destination known for its publicly accessible art and gardens. Situated in the Île-de-France roughly 30 kilometers southwest of Paris, Breteuil sits in a magnificent landscape that stretches over 75 hectares with formal gardens, notable site features and structures, ponds, and centuries-old forests. Breteuil will be a site where history merges with contemporary sustainable and horticultural issues in the form of practice and education.

Zhan Wang, Floating Island of Immortals, 2006
Carol Bove, Celeste, 2013
Massimo Bartolini, Untitled (Wave), 1997 - 2012
Gottfried Honegger, Pliage, 1999
Shirazeh Houshiary, Breath, 2003
Jim Campbell, Scattered Light, 2008
Château Aerial