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Palais de Tokyo – come back later!

Palais de Tokyo – come back later!

In this beginning of the year, do not try to visit the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. In deed you will most likely find the door closed. In deed the establishment started a full reconstruction. Only the restaurant, Tokyo Eat is open during the rebuilding process. It will last until April 2012. See here the official message found in the official website: If you wish to keep updated on the reopening, just click here for the newsletter. To recap, Palais de Tokyo is probably one of the most interesting places in Europe for Contemporary art. Building on its years of success, in 2012 the Palais de Tokyo will become one of the largest sites devoted to contemporary creativity in Europe. It will now extend down to the Seine, and its surface area will expand from 8,000 sq. m. to 22,000 sq. m. The public will be able to explore new ways…

Top 5 most viewed posts of the week – june17/2011

Top 5 most viewed posts of the week – june17/2011

Hello,
as usual, here are the top articles of the week. They are the ones most viewed during the past 7 days.
Have a nice weekend.
LA

Top 5 Articles les plus vus de la semaine

Top 5 Articles les plus vus de la semaine

Dears, here are the most viewed posts of the week. Wishing you all a nice weekend.
LATrès chers,
voici les articles les plus vus de la semaine. Bon weekend à tous.
LA

Top 5 most viewed posts of the week – may19/2011

Top 5 most viewed posts of the week – may19/2011

Here are the top 5 most viewed posts of the week. Enjoy. – may19/2011
Have a nice weekend,

Karsten Födinger at Palais de Tokyo in Paris.

Karsten Födinger at Palais de Tokyo in Paris.

The German artists sculpts, screws, glues, fixes, straps, wraps all different materials on his master pieces. Shards ofplaster, pieces of concrete left behind on the floor – the discretion of the partsreflects a subtle analysis of space while giving it an unusual character, as unfinished.

Pergola at Palais de Tokyo in Paris

Pergola at Palais de Tokyo in Paris

1916: Le Corbusier builds a « Villa Turque » (Turkish Villa), the Villa Schwob, flanked by a pergola, in La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland)