The Louvre in Paris, France is one of the most visited museums in the world. Its obviously very rare that it is empty and without tourist and local visitors.
This is exactly what New York-based photographer Franck Bohbot gives us. a unique view of the colourful, beautifully ornate spaces throughout the museum.
Rather than focusing on the pieces hanging on the walls, each room is transformed into art itself. Bohbot achieves this by simply eliminating any human presence. Now you are invited to look at all the details each room brings: the patterns on the floor, the wall colours, and ceilings and lamps, etc. Through his work, Bohbot captures the very essence of the Louvre and brings Paris to all of his viewers throughout the world.