The Foundation has a "zoo" comprising large granite works created by Ben Jakober and Yannick Vu, located in the gardens surrounding the Museum. It consists of animals inspired by archaeological pieces that are located in various museums around the world. These models have been reinterpreted in granite increasing their scale. The largest and most famous piece is "Dog", inspired by a small terracotta votive Haniwa piece of the Japanese culture of Kofun (S. VI to VII a.c.) that is located in the National Museum of Tokyo.
The Rams, Bull, Cat, Horse, Hippopotamus or Rhino, are some of the protagonists of this park that takes us to the world of myths, gods and legends of antiquity.
On the following images, from top to bottom and left to right, the sculptures are:
-Dog, Hippopotamus, Elephant, Cat
-Horse, Bull, Rams, Dogs
-Rhino, Black Goddess, Little People, Megaliths