Palais de Tokyo
Nine chicks have hatched and are on their way to a nearby farm.
The artist says the rock "hosted me well."
One exhibition shines as an example of how personal relationships and art can influence each other in surprising and beautiful ways. An exhibition that is at once a retrospective, a work of art in its own right, and a "declaration of love," "I Love John Giorno" is curated, produced and expressed by Ugo Rondinone.
Korakrit Arunanondchai "Painting With History in a Room Filled With People With Funny Names 3" at Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Korakrit Arunanonchai recently opened an installation at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, which tells the story of the formation of a painter.
Ever since Marcel Duchamp posed the Dadaist question with his readymades, "Can one make works of art which are not "of art," the boundaries of art have been a flexible, permeable thing. Why are some things considered "art" - and afforded the respect and criticism that comes with that - and others not?
As far as bizarre and pointless-seeming artworks go, this isn't Sachsalber's first time at the rodeo. According to ArtNet
"Baitogogo" takes the shape of a Gordion Knot, meaning the wooded network is physically impossible to disentangle by hand
Greeted with a sensation of grandeur amidst tall, stoic, vaulted archways and gothic pillars made of pale stone, Michel Blazy's work generates intrigue in the material presented.
Contemporary art is no longer and can no longer be the special terrain of the aesthetic courtesans to remote powerful elites: it is the collective carnival gathering in which we are inundated by the sounds, sights and symbols of our current collective madness.