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INSIDE Exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo
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INSIDE
Exhibition 20/10/2014 – 11/01/2015
With : Jean-Michel ALBEROLA, Dove ALLOUCHE, Yuri ANCARANI, Sookoon ANG, Christophe BERDAGUER & Marie PEJUS, Christian BOLTANSKI, Peter BUGGENHOUT, Marc COUTURIER, Nathalie DJURBERG & Hans BERG, dran, Marcius GALAN, Ryan GANDER, Ion GRIGORESCU, HU Xiaoyuan, Eva JOSPIN, Jesper JUST, Mikhail KARIKIS & Uriel ORLOW, Mark MANDERS, Bruce NAUMAN, Mike NELSON, NUMEN/FOR USE, Abraham POINCHEVAL Araya RASDJARMREARNSOOK, Reynold REYNOLDS & Patrick JOLLEY, Ataru SATO, Stéphane THIDET, TUNGA, Andra URSUTA, Andro WEKUA, Valia FETISOV, Artur ZMIJEWSKI

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Inside offers visitors a passage to the interior of the self, for which the exhibition space serves as a metaphor. This immense odyssey, both physical and psychological, invites us to walk through two floors of the Palais de Tokyo that have been transformed by artists in such a way that, from one installation to the next, we remain constantly immersed in the works, which lead us within ourselves – from our skin to our most intimate thoughts. Curators: Jean de Loisy, Daria de Beauvais, Katell Jaffrès.

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Eva Jospin, Forêt, 2014 Photo: André Morin

Eva Jospin, Forêt, 2014
Photo: André Morin

Stéphane Thidet, Sans titre (Le Refuge), 2007 Photo: André Morin.

Stéphane Thidet, Sans titre (Le Refuge), 2007
Photo: André Morin.

From left to right: Ataru Sato, his sea, 2014 ; Ryan Gander, I is…(x), 2014 Photo: André Morin

From left to right: Ataru Sato, his sea, 2014 ; Ryan Gander, I is…(x), 2014
Photo: André Morin

Christophe Berdaguer and Marie Péjus, E.17 Y.40 A.18 C.28 X.40 0.13,5 (detail), 2014. © ADAGP, Paris 2014. Photo: André Morin

Christophe Berdaguer and Marie Péjus, E.17 Y.40 A.18 C.28 X.40 0.13,5 (detail), 2014. © ADAGP, Paris 2014.
Photo: André Morin

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