January 22, 2017 - Palais de Tokyo - Upcoming exhibitions
January 22, 2017

Palais de Tokyo

Taro Izumi, Tickled in a dream… maybe? (Fishing), 2014. Wood, iron and video, variable dimensions. © Taro Izumi. Collection of M+ Museum for Visual Culture, Hong Kong. Courtesy of Galerie GP&N Vallois (Paris) and Take Ninagawa (Tokyo). Photo: Kei Okano.

Upcoming exhibitions
February 3–May 8, 2017

Palais de Tokyo
13, avenue du Président Wilson
75116 Paris
France

www.palaisdetokyo.com

Made up of site-specific productions, installations, and performances, the exhibitions presented from February to May 2017 raise the question of the animated object and explore the sometimes absurd relationships we have with the objects around us and the alternately magical, enchanted, and disturbing power they hold over us in turn.


All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace​
Titled after Richard Brautigan’s poem “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace,” this exhibition brings together artists who examine the impact of the market economy and new technologies on the production of our emotions and their representations. Reflecting the modelling of our imaginaries and the transformation of our affects into logos, products or sales pitches, the works bear witness to a kind of reification of our emotions and social relationships.

With: Pedro Barateiro, Richard Brautigan, Isabelle Cornaro, Marjorie Keller, Lee Kit, Marie Lund, Michael E. Smith, Mika Tajima, Marie Mathématique (Jacques Ansan, Jean-Claude Forest, Serge Gainsbourg, André Ruellan)

Curator: Yoann Gourmel


Taro Izumi
Pan
2017 SAM Art Projects resident

Palais de Tokyo is presenting the first large-scale solo show in France by Taro Izumi (born in 1976 in Nara, lives in Tokyo). Taro Izumi constructs installations using ludic hypotheses as a source of forms, sculptures and murals which, often thanks to their absurdity, become unexpected items that thwart artistic and social customs.

Curator: Jean de Loisy


Mel O’Callaghan
Dangerous on-the-way
Winner of the SAM Prize for contemporary art 2015

Mel O’Callaghan (born in 1975 in Sydney, lives in Paris) pursues her reflections about ritual as a transformative expression of the human condition. For her first solo show in a French institution, the artist went to North-Eastern Borneo so as to attend the traditional harvesting of birds’ nests. Combining video, performance and sculpture, her exhibition focuses specifically on altered states of consciousness.

Curator: Daria de Beauvais
 

Abraham Poincheval​
For performance artist Abraham Poincheval (born in 1972 in Alençon, lives in Marseille), life in autarky, enclosure and immobility are all means to explore the world and human nature. Alongside existing sculptures in, or on, which he has lived, Abraham Poincheval will be presenting two new performances experiencing the temporalities of the animal and mineral worlds.

Curator: Adélaïde Blanc
 

Dorian Gaudi​n
Rites and Aftermath
Palais de Tokyo is presenting the first solo show by Dorian Gaudin (born in 1986 in Paris, lives in New York) in an art centre. For his project, Dorian Gaudin will confront visitors with a virtually cinematographic show, a theatre of objects.

Curator: Julien Fronsacq
 

Emmanuel Saulnier
Black Dancing

Emmanuel Saulnier (born in 1952, lives in Paris) has been developing an essentially sculptural body of work, confronting such issues as collective memory, presence and disappearance. In reference to the music of Thelonious Monk, the sculptures will escape from their constraints and mutate into a drawing in space. Poetic correspondences will be woven between the transparency of glass and sculpted wood, asphalt or dried ink.

Curator: Katell Jaffrès
 

Anne Le Troter​
Bulleted List
Winner of the Grand Prix at the 61st Salon de Montrouge

In her first solo show in an art centre in Paris, Anne Le Troter will be relaying the weird language of telephone interviewers working in polling organizations.

Curator: Claire Moulène
 

Emmanuelle Lainé
Where the rubber of our selves meets the road of the wider world

Site-specific installation

Curator: Claire Moulène
 

 

Summer exhibitions
June 14–September 10, 2017

Dioramas
Curators: Claire Garnier, Laurent Le Bon, Florence Ostende

The Dream of Forms
Curators: Alain Fleischer, Claire Moulène

Hayoun Kwon
Winner of the 2015 Prize of the Friends of Palais de Tokyo
Curator: Katell Jaffrès

Gareth Nyandoro
2017 SAM Art Projects resident
Curator: Adélaïde Blanc

 

September 2017:
OFF-SITE exhibition during EXPO CHICAGO

 

Contact
T +33 1 81 97 35 88 / presse [​at​] palaisdetokyo.com

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