CultureSecrets invites you to discover one of the most astonishing courses of urban art in a cultural place. On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Lasco Project, the Palais de Tokyo invites Jay Ramier, an artist considered to be one of the pioneers of French hip-hop, a creolized and post-colonial movement.
Working as much in the public space as in the studio, illegally or officially, Jay Ramier has notably exhibited on the palisades of the Louvre, on the Berlin Wall before its fall, at the galerie du jour agnès b... The artist combines paintings, images, archives and opaque sounds to obtain visual and sonorous amalgams questioning the collective narratives of the African diaspora with his family's narrative.
Here he transforms his exhibition space into a 1970s concert hall, the walls will be dark, sometimes glittery, and the lights blinding, as if to transform the works into sparks
Jay Ramier will be influential in the transition of "urban art" from public space to ga
Wednesday January 26- 7pm
Palais de Tokyo
13 Av. du Président Wilson,
Your name will be indicated on a list at the entrance of the event.
Don't forget your mask and your Health Pass!
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