A new art museum in Paris has opened up called Carrières des Lumières. It is located inside of a limestone cave outside of a small village on the outskirts of Paris. It mostly features an eclectic of famous paintings by Chagall, Mattisse and other contemporary painters. Walking around in a cave full of vibrant alive paintings seems fascinating. It is definitely something I would love to do if I ever get to Paris, as it would be a nice change from traditional museums. In addition, this in an interesting example of how the space influences the way people experience art.