|Display of fruits and vegetables outside of La Créole|
Then we finally made it to the Fondation Cartier where they were showing Congolese art from 1926 to the present. Our son had recommended this show after he saw it during the summer. We both liked it very much, particularly the contemporary work which is very colorful and focuses on political and pop cultural events. Once again photography was prohibited so I can show you only the advertisement for the show.
We walked from Montparnasse to market street Rue Mouffetard so we could buy our baguette, cheese, fruit, and vegetables for the day. That's where I noticed this plaque on the exterior wall of a building. All in all, a very satisfying day.