Paris

“Les Feuilles”

Super/Palais de Tokyo

“Les Feuilles” (Sheets) took place at two sites. Works by Barbara Bloom, Robert Breer, Isabelle Cornaro, Aurélien Froment, Ryan Gander, Benoît Maire, Clément Rodzielski, and Raphaël Zarka were presented at Super, an artist-run space that opened last year, while works by these same artists plus Julien Crépieux, Mark Geffriaud, and Jiří Kolář were shown at Module 2 of the Palais de Tokyo. Curated by Élodie Royer and Yoann Gourmel, “Les Feuilles” mainly included artists in their late twenties and early thirties but, holding to a convergence of artistic approaches rather than claiming inheritance, it also included three artists from different generations: Bloom, Breer, and Kolář, the last a onetime Paris-based Czech artist born in 1914. Hung with precision, the exhibition’s unforced formal, conceptual, and poetic overlaps tested out what a group show can gain in the absence of a theme, tagline,

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