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Reopening Art Gallery: The Palais de Tokyo in Paris

Palais de Tokyo artwork

When the Palais de Tokyo reopens this month, three times bigger than before, the self-described “anti-museum par excellence” will be one of Europe’s largest contemporary art spaces. The inaugural Triennale exhibition (April 20–Aug. 26) features works by a global range of talents, including Ghanaian sculptor El Anatsui and New York–based Rirkrit Tiravanija.

Roar, K, a papier-mâché mask by South Korean artist Seulgi Lee, on view at the Palais de Tokyo.

Mask by Seulgi Lee, Photo by Aurèlien Mole / Courtesy of Palais de Tokyo

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