CultureSecrets gives you access to the new artistic season of the Palais de Tokyo which promises a journey beyond all borders! Our favorite? The exhibition by Jonathan Jones which dialogues with the southern lands: acclimatization of plants, endemic species, ancestral knowledge of the natives...
The Palais de Tokyo opens its new artistic season "Six continents or more" with six exhibitions that highlight ideas, forms and cultures that are more itinerant than rooted. Our favorite? Jonathan Jones' exhibition titled "Untitled (Original Territory)." As a member of the Wiradjuri and Kamilaroi nations of southeastern Australia, the artist explores indigenous practices, relationships, and knowledge in a collaborative art project.
The exhibition begins with the French expedition to Australia commissioned by Napoleon in 1800. In a sound environment inspired by the corroboree, an Aboriginal ceremony, discover handmade embroideries and traditional sculptures. The objects collected allow us to approach a complex history linked to colonization.
Commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte, Captain Nicolas Baudin's expedition to the Australian ter
From November 26, 2021 to February 20, 2022 : “Never Again” “Sans Titre territoire originel” et “Ubuntu un rêve lucide”.
From November 26, 2021 to March 13, 2022 : “Cinéma tricontinental”, “New Power” et “Keep the fire burning”.
Palais de Tokyo
13 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris
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