• Historic site and monument

Le Boqueteau des 7 Arbres

A monumental sculpture in epoxy resin and iron frame painted black and white, Le Boqueteau de 7 arbres by Jean Dubuffet anchors Flaine Forum's identity as an artistic ski resort.

Historic site and monument Le Boqueteau des 7 Arbres Flaine

About

Flaine (74300)
Animals allowed

Dominating the forum since 1988, this work is a gift from the Scaler Foundation, a deposit of the Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre George Pompidou. These "trees" were named by Marcel Breuer "Le Papillon, le Bulbe, Le Grand Lobé, L'Antenne, l'Infléchi, l'Arbre déploiement plane et le Soleil" and blend insidiously with the surrounding nature.

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    Prices

    Free access.

    Reception

    Animals allowed

    The Flaine Art Centre organises a free guided tour of the resort every Tuesday at 2pm (in winter and summer, registration required).

    Follow the director of the Art Centre through the twists and turns of Flaine, in pursuit of the history of Flaine and its little stories too...

    The Boqueteau des 7 Arbres is one of the buildings featured on this tour.

    Pets must be kept on a lead in the resort.

    Opening

    All year round, daily.

    Labels and rating

    Contemporary

    Services
    • Pets welcome

    Access

    Flaine Forum 74300 Flaine

    The Boqueteau des 7 arbres is located in the centre of Flaine Forum not far from the Chapelle Œcuménique, the Tourist Office and the Totem Friendly Hôtel & Spa.

    To get there on foot from Flaine Forêt, take the orange inclined lifts. Coming by car? The nearest car park is P2, just before the entrance to Flaine Forum.

    • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
    Motor Disability

    It is possible to see the structure from the tarmac areas of the resort, as it is situated right in the middle of the snow, on a promontory.

    Information update on 16/05/2024 by Office de Tourisme de Flaine