"Reclaiming the Earth" at the Palais de Tokyo

A new season under the sign of nature


The Palais de Tokyo has once again won us over with a committed artistic season. "Reclaiming the Earth" is as much a rallying cry as it is a wake-up call. 14 artists present 8 exhibitions on our connection with nature, the living and the environment. 

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At the heart of current societal concerns, the new season of the Palais de Tokyo explores the relationship between humans and nature. The ideological foundations of our ways of doing and thinking are questioned. The artists engage their creation by relying on anthropological, ecological and ethological assets. "Reclaiming the Earth" makes us think about human domination and invites us to reconsider the non-human as a subject, and no longer only as an object, in the power relationship within ecosystems.

Our favorite at CultureSecrets? The eponymous exhibition "Reclaiming the Earth" featuring 14 artists, a real awareness as well as a rallying cry. This exhibition is based on a statement by its scientific advisor, Ariel Salleh, and aims to think the world beyond the division between nature and culture. Follow in the footsteps of artists who work differently with elements that become both medium and tool, as well as cultural, historical and political vectors revitalized in a context of ecological urgency.
Want a taste of the season at the Palais de Tokyo? CultureSecrets offers you a guided tour of the exhibition "Reclaiming the Earth" on Thursday, May 12 at 7pm...

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From April 15 to September 4, 2022
Palais de Tokyo 
13 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris

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Crédits photos : Mimosa Echard, Sporal, 2021, image de travail. Courtesy de l’artiste. © Adagp, Paris, 2022. // Hala Wardé, A Roof for Silence, La Biennale de Venise, 2021. Alain Fleischer et HW architecture © Adagp, Paris, 2022.

13 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris