Mosset, Swiss-French by birth, started out in late-’60s Paris as part of a group of conceptually oriented painters that included Daniel Buren. He spent time living in New York, where his large, seamlessly monochromatic paintings were regularly featured in exhibitions during the 1970s and ’80s. Currently he calls Tuscon, AZ, home. This two-location show at the Kitchen and at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy is organized as a group exhibition around Mosset and his collaborators, past and present. The offerings includes films, a schedule of live performances curated by the artist and a collection of custom motorcycles. (Mosset is a bike enthusiast). And, of course, Mosset's paintings are on view, which here consist of shaped canvases spelling out words associated with the work of Marcel Duchamp.