Super heroes and super villains unite: after the United-States, London and Roma, the exhibition “The Art of the Brick LEGO®: DC Super Heroes" is finally coming to Paris from April 29 to August 19, 2018 at the Espace Chapiteaux in La Villette!
Discover the exhibition in video:
If this rings a bell, it’s normal, you may have heard about the 2015 Art of The Bricks by Nathan Sawaya exhibition at Porte de Versailles. This exhibition gathering over 100 astonishing sculpture was the first one of the American artist. This time, DC Comics Flash, Joker, Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are in LEGO® thanks to Nathan Sawaya.
We could discover the talent of this LEGO® passionate – who dropped a lawyer career in New York to dedicates himself to his passion: building a whole universe thanks to the small bricks from his childhood… To build all these pieces, the artist owns a genuine LEGO® warehouse with over 4 million bricks grouped by color, their size and their shape to create dozens of annual projects easier!
For this theme exhibition, Nathan Sawaya used over 2 million bricks for his giant sculptures inspired by DC Comics universe: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Joker…
His work is just impressive! We really are visiting a playful exhibition teaching us that patience can lead to big things, even for a lawyer! At the end of the exhibition, you can’t miss it, a store offers you to leave with tons of LEGO® so that you can get started…
Get ready to see the 3D version of your favorite super heroes!
From 29 April 2018 to 26 August 2018
Espace Chapiteaux - Parc de la Villette
Quai de la Charente
75019 Paris 19
Accès Porte de la Villette :
Ligne-7-métro Porte de la Villette
Bus Ligne 139, 150, 152 : Porte de la Villette
Tram-t3b Porte de la Villette - Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie
Parking Nord "Cité des Sciences" - PMR contactez le 01 40 03 75
enfants -4 ans: Free
tarif enfant (4-12 ans): 12 €
tarif plein: 15 €
pass famille (2 adultes, 2 enfants): 48 €
Horaires : du mardi au dimanche de 10h à 19h - fermeture le lundi
Fermeture à 16h le dimanche 26 août 2018
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