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Palais de Tokyo: Site de Création Contemporaine

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  1. © Florent Michel / 11h45
    © Florent Michel / 11h45
  2. © Nicolas Giraud
    © Nicolas Giraud
  3. © Florent Michel / 11h45
    © Florent Michel / 11h45
  4. © Florent Michel / 11h45
    © Florent Michel / 11h45
  5. Vue de l’intervention sur bâtiment d’Isabelle Cornaro, Juin 2015 © Florent Michel / 11h45
    Vue de l’intervention sur bâtiment d’Isabelle Cornaro, Juin 2015 © Florent Michel / 11h45
  6. Vue du Palais de Tokyo, Juillet 2013 © Florent Michel / 11h45
    Vue du Palais de Tokyo, Juillet 2013 © Florent Michel / 11h45
  7. Vue de l’exposition Jean-Michel ALBEROLA, Palais de Tokyo, Février 2016 © Guillaume Lebrun / Atelier Diptik
    Vue de l’exposition Jean-Michel ALBEROLA, Palais de Tokyo, Février 2016 © Guillaume Lebrun / Atelier DiptikVernissage Palais de Tokyo_20160218_Paris
  8. Vue du Palais de Tokyo, juillet 2014  © Florent Michel / 11h45
    Vue du Palais de Tokyo, juillet 2014 © Florent Michel / 11h45
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Time Out Says

When it opened in 2002, many thought the Palais' stripped-back interior was a design statement. In fact, it was a response to tight finances. The 1937 building has now come into its own as an open-plan space with a skylit central hall, hosting exhibitions and performances. Extended hours and a funky café have drawn a younger audience, and the roll-call of artists is impressive (Pierre Joseph, Wang Du and others). The name dates to the 1937 Exposition Internationale, but is also a reminder of links with a new generation of artists from the Far East.

Details

Address:
13 avenue du Président Wilson
Paris
75016
Price:
€3, concessions €1, under-18s and art students free
Opening hours:
12noon-12mid (shut Tues)
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