2016 Palais de Tokyo Exhibition programme

Words by My Art Guides Editorial Team
January 26, 2016

The 2016 exhibition program at Palais de Tokyo begins on February 19 with a season celebrating artists haunting the intervals between major disciplines such as painting, sculpture or cinema. These are liminal artists who renew their fields by taking their momentum from elsewhere. Besides of two major solo exhibitions and three solo exhibitions by artists recently awarded by an art prize, this season also reveals five new site-specific installations.

Season Haunting the Interval
February 19–May 16, 2016

Jean-Michel Alberola
The Adventure of Details

With about 300 works, this large-scale solo show at Palais de Tokyo is the first in Paris since the artist’s retrospective at the Musée d’art moderne de la Ville de Paris, almost 20 years ago.

Florian & Michael Quistrebert
The Light of the Light

Palais de Tokyo is presenting the first large-scale monographic show of French artists Florian and Michael Quistrebert, nominated for the Prix Marcel Duchamp in 2014. In their pieces, they summon the ghosts of Tàpies, de Staël and Picasso, amongst others, while going back over the main themes of modern art, using contemporary, experimental techniques, in association with their particularly personal approach to materials.

Simon Evans
Not Not Knocking On Heaven’s Door
Winner of the Prix Canson 2014

Louidgi Beltrame
El Brujo
Winner of the SAM Prize for Contemporary Art 2014

Sara Favriau
To sum up, repetition does not delight in singular reiteration
Winner of the Discovery Prize 2014 of the Friends of the Palais de Tokyo

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