In Domaine de Chaumont’s 2015 programme, fifteen or so new artists, visual artists and photographers are lending their own interpretation to the atmosphere that reigns here. 2015 marks the second phase in the work of the great Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco, who has worked on a special commission for the Centre-Loire Valley Region with new, huge and altogether unusual “phantom flowers”, inspired by the old tapestries in the long-abandoned bedrooms of the Château’s princely apartments. Trees and their mysteries features prominently in the programme of the Chaumont- sur-Loire Centre of Arts and Nature, with the exceptional “fossilised tree” by renowned Brazilian artist Tunga – a magnificent grey and blue marbled stone trunk harking back to the dawn of time, set up in the Stables Indoor Ring – as well as the ”armour” tree knight by Finnish

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