Paris

Paris

Dynastry

Musée d'Art Moderne de Paris
11 avenue du Président Wilson
July 19, 2013–September 5, 2010

Curated by Fabrice Hergott and Marc-Olivier Wahler

Calling on forty emerging artists with ties to France, the Palais de Tokyo and the neighboring Musée d’Art Moderne collaborate to create an exhibition in stereo: The curators have selected two related works by each artist, splitting the pairs between the main spaces of each institution. Expect previously unseen material by artists such as Benoît Maire and the collaborative team of Fabien Giraud and Raphaël Siboni, all of whom have appeared in the Palais’s Module exhibitions, as well as new and recent work by a diverse selection of artists including American-born, Paris-based Oscar Tuazon, French-Algerian Mohamed Bourouissa, and Japanese-born Masahide Otani, who now lives and works in Paris. The Musée d’Art Moderne will publish the show’s catalogue, while the Palais de Tokyo will run a dedicated issue of its journal, Palais, featuring special contributions by the participants.