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For the very first time Nicolás Paris's residency overlapped with his project 'room for us' in the Kadist exhibition space. Though workshops, events and installation, Nicolás Paris invited visitors to think about new potential relationships that could be generated inside and outside the exhibition space. This interview between the artist and the Kadist team get back to the process of transformation generated by this experience on the artist's work and on the institution.
R.H. Quaytman - The archival secrets of every imageVideo made by Jo-ey Tang at the occasion of the exhibition "Arrhythmia (A Tale of Many Squares)", curated by Paul Galvez at the gallery Nathalie Obadia in June 2013 in Paris
Nicolás Paris about 'Room for Us' Nicolás Paris discusses his exhibition at Kadist Paris, which ran from 28 September - 8 December 2013. His modular architectural structures were designed to transform the gallery space into something nearer to a classroom or workshop

Galerie Jean Fournier, 22 Rue du Bac, 75007 Paris

Peter Soriano: Panorama

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Panorama is a group of works in which the eye is the driving force, from the artist's creative gaze through to the viewer's own movements.

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Centre Pompidou, Place Georges-Pompidou, Paris 4e

Pierre Huyghe

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Pierre Huyghe is an artist with penchant for permeable boundaries. Lizzie Homersham reviews the artist's latest exhibition in Paris

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Le Plateau, Place Hannah Arendt, Intersection of the Rue des Alouettes and the Rue Carducci, F- 75019, Paris

Ryan Gander: Make Every Show Like It?s Your Last

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The real 'exhibits' proposed to us by the artist are to be seen as' the vehicles of a narrative, as the agents'confused and active at once'of a way of thinking that is deliberately on the move.

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Petit Palais ' Musée des Beauz-Arts de la Ville de Paris, Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris

Zhang Huan: The Eternal Fetal Movement

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As part of the International Fair of Contemporary Art held in Paris this week and weekend, Yvon Lambert Gallery are presenting an installation by the Chinese artist Zhang Huan at the Petit Palais.

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Palais de Tokyo, 13, avenue du Président Wilson, 75 116 Paris

Philippe Parreno: Anywhere, Anywhere Out of This World

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'The exhibition is conceived as a scripted space, like an automaton, producing different temporalities, a rhythm, an itinerary, and a duration. The visitor is guided through the spaces by the appearance and orchestration of sounds and images' a mental cho

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Jeu de Paume, 1 place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris

Lorna Simpson

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Catherine Spencer reviews Lorna Simpson's first major European solo show, which explores how identity might be simultaneously expressed and controlled.

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Musee du Jeu de Paume, 1 Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris, France

Ahlam Shibli: Phantom Home

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'What marks Shibli's practice is its consistent investigation of geopolitical and cultural homelessness wherein inhabitants strive to construct places of belonging.' - T.J. Demos

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