Tag Archives: Palais de Tokyo


Morning Links: Mobsters and Dealers Edition

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Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Untitled (MM), 2015. ©GIASCO BERTOLI AND ADAGP, PARIS, 2015

Outside Voices: A Look Around Paris in 11 Shows

Darja Bajagić at New Galerie, Pepo Salazar at Galerie Joseph Tang, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster at Centre Pompidou, and more Read More



Morning Links: Mind-Reading Slime Edition

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Michel Houellebecq.


Morning Links: Michel Houellebecq Edition

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Courtesy Korakrit Arunanondchai, Clearing, and Carlos/Ishikawa. (Photo: Aurélien Mole.)

Denim From a Drone’s-Eye View: Korakrit Arunanondchai on His New Show at Palais de Tokyo

Late June in Paris is Men’s Fashion Week, and many of the runway shows take place outside the Palais de Tokyo, which is also home to a nightclub called YOYO. There are catwalks at art institutions every now and then, … Read More

A drawing by Adrián Villar Rojas, currently on view at the Palais de Tokyo.

Adrián Villar Rojas Wins the Prix Canson for Works on Paper

Last night, at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Fonds Canson pour l’Art et le Papier announced that Argentine artist Adrián Villar Rojas has won its 2015 Prix Canson for his work on paper. This year’s other finalists were Mithu … Read More

Artists Dispatches
John Giorno, Space Forgets You, 2015 (left), and Prefer Crying in a Limo to Laughing on a Bus, 2015 (right). COURTESY THE ARTIST AND ELIZABETH DEE GALLERY

Rising from the Bunker: The World Catches Up With John Giorno

On the morning of the last day of winter, the artist and poet John Giorno buzzed open the gate on the ground floor of the hulking Bowery building that he has called home for 49 of his 78 years and … Read More


Ed Atkins at Palais de Tokyo

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Adrian Cheng: Building Up a New Chinese Culture

Hong Kong entrepreneur Adrian Cheng is pioneering new strategies to support Chinese art Read More


Lost in LA: TV Show Inspires an Art Show

An exhibition riffs on ideas related to displacement, loss, and other themes related to the popular television series Read More

Fabrice Hyber with his painting Emmêlé, 2011.

Hyber’s Hybrids

Whether making the world’s largest soap bar or paintings of viruses, Fabrice Hyber infuses wit and mischief into his art projects Read More