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“Ode to Laziness”
Philippe Ramette

In this hot spot for strolling and shopping, Philippe Ramette has set up his Éloge de la paresse (“Ode to Laziness”), which floats above the heads of passersby.

There aren’t many European towns that can claim to have a more architecturally valuable shopping arcade. Built in 1843 and still unchanged in the 21st century. Built on a steep incline, the three floors are flanked by numerous shops and a monumental decorative staircase. It’s a haven for shoppers needing a fix and has inspired many artists, the film-maker Demy (Lola, Une chambre en ville) and the designer Tardi (The story of the Unknown Warrior).

In this hot spot for strolling and shopping, Philippe Ramette has set up his Éloge de la paresse (“Ode to Laziness”), which floats above the heads of passersby.


© Marc Domage / LVAN


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Accessible 7 days a week, 8.00 AM to 8.00 PM
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Passage Pommeraye
44000 Nantes
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