Palais de Tokyo, 2020 / 2.21 – 9.13
Composed by various artists on different levels, Palais de Tokyo’s 2020 spring summer exhibition is one of my personal favourite shows this year – though it is true that I haven’t had a chance to visit many museums this year due to the covid 19 situation.
On its ground floor where sun shines on the beautiful fabric hung by Ulla von Brandenburg, one will enter the exhibition through layers of round cut fabric, followed by automatic music boxes and stuffed dolls here and there.
Ulla von Brandenburg
Notre monde brûle
Fully covered by sand, audiences are welcomed to walk barefoot through the space – studying the wars, political debate and environmental fragility: the the use of natural resources.