At the Palais de Tokyo, mounting an exhibition loosely about infection, during a pandemic, presents its challenges.
At the Palais de Tokyo, Our World is Burning allows 30 artists to express the dream and necessity of a sustainable future in an egalitarian world.
Bernard Chenebault, president of Amis du Palais de Tokyo (Friends of Palais de Tokyo) in Paris, called Thunberg a “madwoman” who “we must shoot down” in a Facebook post on Sunday. He was dismissed from his position the following day.
Artists Kader Attia and Jean-Jacques Lebel’s transcultural and transgenerational collaborative exhibition attempts to face down and recover from human evil through the superfluity of artistic imagination.
At Palais de Tokyo, selections from nearly two centuries of enclosed models cater to our eagerness to be voyeurs.
Abraham Poincheval hatched the chicks during his performance “Oeuf” at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, but it’s “no cause for celebration,” as the animal rights group wrote.
An art auction intended to benefit the organization Reporters Without Borders has been canceled after the Israeli embassy in Paris complained about one of the featured works.
PARIS — Kudos to Ugo Rondinone.
Unless you’re living under a global warming-denying rock, you’ve probably heard lots of apocalyptic data related to climate change.
PARIS — Soon, the desire for art that distinguishes itself from pop culture might become like how drugs used to be: a transgressive, covert endeavor.
PARIS — If you already know that the wizard of entertainment has been swimming in the heart of art, a small boat excursion in the dark sounds more like summertime diversion than enlightening art. And indeed it is.
PARIS — Takis, a key post-war figure known for exploring magnetic field energy, was one of the avant-garde artists of the ‘60s that was most able to mix art with science, paving the way for all sorts of artistic directions in the ensuing decades, right up to our electro days.