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 NOUVELLES

VAGUES 

[NEW WAVES]

 

21 JUNE - 9 SEPTEmbEr

2013

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Cover picture: © Kevin Meredith.



contents

Nouvelles vagues

 

- press release

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LA méthode jacobson 

- Curator: mArC bEmbEkOFF

the Pavillon neuflize oBC

09

the black moon

 - Curator: Sinziana ravini

15

LE PriNCiPE GALáPAGOS



 

- Curators: maxime bondu, Gaël Grivand, bénédicte Le Pimpec and Émile Ouroumov

23

ADA



 

- Curators: ken Farmer and Conrad Shawcross

29

le club des sous l’eau



 - Curators: Gallien Déjean and Fanny Schulmann

33

mArTí ANSON, catalan pavilion. Anonymous architect



 

- Curator: marie Griffay

41

companionable silences



 

- Curator: Shanay Jhaveri 

45

ArTESUr, collective fictions



 - Curators: Albertine de Galbert, isabelle Le Normand, Andrew berardini, Jesse mckee and Anca rujoiu 

51

CONCErT HALL



 

- Curator: Jean barberis

 

57

antigrazioso



 - Curator: Luca Lo Pinto 

63

un escalier d’eau



 - Curator: Natalia Valencia 

69

memorial park



 - Curator: Haeju kim

75

the real thing?



 - Curators: Antonia Alampi and Jason Waite

81

 



Champs élysées

 - Curators: Julie boukobza, Simon Castets and Nicola Trezzi 

87

FiLE NOT FOUND



 -  Curators: The black Ninja Faction 

CoProduCed By the SingaPore art MuSeuM

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LA FiN DE LA NUiT (partie 1)

 - Curator: martha kirszenbaum 

99 


this house

 

- Curators: Anthea buys and mikhael Subotzky

in the Context of the South afriCa-franCe SeaSonS 2012 & 2013 

105

the floating admiral

 - Curators: Ana mendoza Aldana and Cartel de kunst

109


A history of inspiration

 - Curator: Adnan Yildiz 

115


Henrique Oliveira. bAiTOGOGO

 

- Curator: marc bembekoff

ProduCed By SaM art ProjeCtS 

121 

condensation

 - Curator: Gaël Charbau

ProduCed By the fondation d’entrePriSe herMèS 

125

LIFESTYLE



 

131


 

iNTERVENTIONS on the building - toiletpaper

133

PUSH YOUR ART - 3D ART CONTEST



 

135


 

a place for al

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139


 

publications

143

 

the mobile app

 

 

145



 

palais DE TOKYO’s partners

147

general informations



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Nouvelles vagues



press release

June, 21 - september,9 2013

Opening: Thursday, June 20

53 exhibitions, throughout Paris and at Palais de Tokyo

After «Cold Sun», Palais de Tokyo, along with thirty galleries and art spaces throughout Paris, innovates once 

more to emphasize the emergence of the figure of the curator. At Palais de Tokyo, “Nouvelles vagues” (New 

Waves) is a large-scale event organized by 21 international young curators (hailing from 13 different countries), 

working individually or in groups, and selected by a jury from over 500 candidates. 

 

«Nouvelles vagues» will transform the entirety of Palais de Tokyo’s exhibition space and spread out throughout 



the city, putting on display the artists, ideas and situations endorsed by these visionary young professionals.

 

Owing to the efforts of the Comité professionnel des galeries d’art [professional committee of art galleries], 



this event will be completed through the involvement of some thirty Parisian galleries. In partnership with 

Palais de Tokyo, these institutions will each invite a young curator to conceive an exhibition within their walls. 

Together, these fifty proposals will mark an unprecedented moment in Paris’ artistic life and present a fresh 

perspective on today’s artistic practices.

The jury is composed of Hans Ulrich Obrist (Co-director 

of the Serpentine Gallery, London), Massimiliano Gioni 

(Associate Director and Curator, New Museum, New 

York), Jens Hoffmann (Deputy Director, Jewish Museum, 

New York), Jean-Hubert Martin (independent curator), 

Xavier Franceschi (Director, Frac Ile-de-France), Colette 

Barbier (Director, Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, Paris), 

Fabienne Leclerc (Professional Committee of Art 

Galleries), Alain Reinaudo (Institut Français), Jean de 

Loisy (President of Palais de Tokyo) and curators of the 

Palais de Tokyo.

This event is a unique opportunity to emphasize the 

emergence of this new definition of the curator, a 

position that has flourished alongside the artist for 

the past decades. This essential figure, who organizes 

exhibitions across the globe, is neither an art dealer 

nor an institutional curator. He or she does not belong 

to the academic establishment nor feels subjected 

to the rules of the art market. Instead, here is a free 

spirit, a maverick looking for new directions, a nomad 

who knows no boundaries and is always searching 

for original poetic, aesthetic and political adventures. 

Working alone or as part of a group, the curator creates 

original, temporary environments in which artists from 

different backgrounds come together around shared 

goals, ideas and visions. No longer the mouthpiece of a 

period or a movement, no longer the theorist of a new 

chapter of art history, they thrive on the challenge of 

working side by side with the artists. 

From Félix Fénéon to Clement Greenberg, the 20th 

century has celebrated the art critic, best epitomised 

in France by Pierre Restany. During the 1970s and 

’80s, the figure of the ultimate “exhibition maker,” such 

as Harald Szeemann, Germano Celant or Jean-Hubert 

Martin, emerged, opening up a path for a different way 

of curating. Younger figures such as Hans Ulrich Obrist 

or Klaus Biensebach preferred to align themselves with 

the original meaning of the word “curator”, from the 

Latin, curare, “to take care of”, “to attend to”.

Borne on a new wave of ingenuity, independence and 

risk-taking, this new type of curator has blossomed on 

the art scene.

“Nouvelles Vagues” testifies to this new artistic 

ecosystem.

Coordination of the season: Marc Bembekoff

Scenography: Franck Vinsot (Agence Zéro six dix)



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« La Méthode Jacobson »*



Curator: Marc Bembekoff (France, 1978)

With the Pavillon Neuflize OBC: Carlotta Bailly-Borg, Feiko Beckers, 

Julie Béna, Francesco Fonassi, Daiga Grantina, Peter Miller, Julien 

Perez, Agnieszka Ryszkiewicz, Gonçalo Sena, Theo Turpin

« The Black Moon »

Curator: Sinziana Ravini (Sweden, 1976)

With: Boris Achour, John Bock, Talia Chetrit, Sophie Dubosc, Latifa 

Echakhch, Carl Johan Högberg, Pierre Huyghe, Julien Langendorff, 

Joanna Lombard, Ursula Mayer, Melvin Moti, Isabel Nolan, Ylva 

Olgand, Erik Pirolt, émilie Pitoiset, Agnieszka Polska, Hans 

Rosenström, Martin Soto Climent, Linda Tedsdotter 

(list to be confirmed)

« Le Principe Galápagos »

Curators: Maxime Bondu (France, 1985), Gaël Grivet (France, 1978), 

Bénédicte Le Pimpec (France, 1986) and émile Ouroumov (Bulgaria, 1979)

With: Atlantic, Alain Bedos and Christian Moncel, Maxime Bondu, 

Simon Boudvin, René Daumal, Arnaud des Pallières, Simon 

Faithfull, Joseph Grigely, Gaël Grivet, Ceel Mogami de Haas and 

Vianney Fivel, Laurent Montaron, Uriel Orlow, Jean Painlevé, Ilya 

Prigogine, Principauté de Sealand, Superstudio, Christian Waldvogel

« ADA »

Curators: Ken Farmer (United-States, 1984) and Conrad Shawcross 



(United-Kingdom, 1977)

With: Conrad Shawcross

« Le Club des Sous l’Eau »

Curators: Gallien Déjean (France, 1978) and Fanny Schulmann 

(France, 1982)

With: Louis Boutan, Jean Comandon, Louis de Corlieu, Stéphane 

Devidal, Ligia Dias, Philippe Halsman, Geneviève Hamon, Marie 

Jager, Sachin Kaeley, Yves Le Prieur, Genêt Mayor, Christian Newby, 

Noyade (Lemoine & Minkkinen), Jean Painlevé, Pierre Paulin, 

Bruno Persat, Mary Ping, Florian & Michael Quistrebert, Clément 

Rodzielski, Analia Saban, We Are The Painters, Pedro Wirz (with 

the collaboration of Christian Rothmaler), Gerda Åkesson

« Martí Anson, Catalan Pavilion. Anonymous Architect »

Curator: Marie Griffay (France, 1987)

With: Martí Anson

« Companionable Silences »

Curator: Shanay Jhaveri (India/United-Kingdom, 1985)

With: Saloua Raouda Choucair, Tarsila do Amaral, Zarina Hashmi, 

Camille Henrot, Adolf Loos, The Otolith Group, Amrita Sher-Gil, 

Umrao Singh Sher-Gil

« Artesur, Collective Fictions »

Curators: Albertine de Galbert (France, 1980), Isabelle Le Normand 

(France, 1980), Andrew Berardini (United-States, 1982), Jesse 

McKee (Canada, 1984) and Anca Rujoiu (Romania, 1984) 

With: Iván Argote, Ricardo Brey, Eugenia Calvo, Leyla Cárdenas, 

Ana Gallardo, Juan Fernando Herrán, Juliana Iriart, Daniel Jacoby, 

Tamara Kuselman, Flavia Metzler, Estefanía Peñafiel, Manuela 

Ribadeneira, Matheus Rocha Pitta, Juan Manuel Rodríguez 

Arnábal, Guillermo E. Rodríguez Rivera, Cintia Clara Romero, Sofía 

Ruiz, Maya Watanabe

« Concert Hall »

Curator: Jean Barberis (France, 1978)

With: Ranjit Bhatnagar, Frédéric Durieu, Julien Gasc, Rabid Hands 

(Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels, Andrew Schrock, VnessWolfCHild and 

Ben Wolf), Sunita Prasad, maya.rouvelle, Nick Yulman 

« Antigrazioso »

Curator: Luca Lo Pinto (Italy, 1981)

With: Darren Bader, Anne Collier, Paolo Gioli, Thomas Glendenning 

Hamilton, Enrico Imoda, Cameron Jamie, Medardo Rosso, Albert 

von Schrenck-Notzing

« Un Escalier d’eau »

Curator: Natalia Valencia (Colombia, 1984)

With: Manon de Boer, France Fiction, Herz Frank, Mario García 

Torres, Matthias Müller & Christoph Girardet, Michael Portnoy

Museography of Felipe Arturo

« Memorial Park »

Curator: Haeju Kim (South Korea, 1980)

With: Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Sora Kim, Hwayeon Nam

With the support of Arts Council Korea (regards sur la culture coréenne), the

Seoul Museum of Art and the Centre culturel coréen

« The Real Thing? »

Curators: Antonia Alampi (Italy, 1983) and Jason Waite 

(United-States, 1980)

With: Jérôme Bel, Alicia Frankovich, Shadi Habib Allah, Chelsea 

Knight and Mark Tribe in collaboration with Valerie Oberleithner, 

Alexi Kukuljevic, Pilvi Takala, Diego Tonus

« Champs Elysées »

Curators: Julie Boukobza (France, 1980), Simon Castets (France, 

1984) and Nicola Trezzi (Italy, 1982)

With: Harold Ancart, Danai Anesiadou, Matteo Callegari, Valentin 

Carron, Anna Craycroft, Trisha Donnelly, Ida Ekblad, Simone Fattal, 

Lara Favaretto, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Susan 

Hefuna, Tom Holmes, Jamie Isenstein, Esther Kläs, Henri Labrouste, 

Maria Loboda, Goshka Maçuga, Rodrigo Matheus, Duane Michals, 

Sarah Ortmeyer, Sarah Pucci, Davis Robbins, Auguste Rodin, Cindy 

Sherman, Haim Steinbach, Alice Tomaselli

 (list to be confirmed)

« File not found »

Curators: The Black Ninja Faction

With: Randy Chan, Zaki Razak, Lee Wen, Joel Yuen

Coproduced by the Singapore Art Museum

« La Fin de la nuit (partie 1) »

Curator: Martha Kirszenbaum (France, 1983)

Scenographer: Marianne Zamecznik

With: Kenneth Anger, Brian Butler, Oskar Fischinger, Karthik 

Pandian, Stephen G. Rhodes, Jennifer West

« This House »

Curators: Anthea Buys (South Africa, 1984) and Mikhael Subotzky 

(South Africa, 1981)

With: Alexandra Makhlouf, Gordon Matta-Clark, Serge-Alain 

Nitegeka Magnhild Øen Nordahl, Mikhael Subotzky, André Tehrani

In the context of South Africa-France Seasons 2012 & 2013

« The Floating Admiral »

Curators: Ana Mendoza Aldana (Guatemala, 1987), and Cartel de Kunst

With: Francis Alÿs, Isabelle Cornaro, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Nicolas 

Floc’h, Mario García Torres, Germain Hamel, Nathan Hylden, 

Zhanna Kadyrova, Kitty Kraus, Hugo Pernet

« A History of Inspiration »

Curator: Adnan Yıldız (Turkey, 1979)

With: Erda

ğ Aksel, Aaron Angell, Mariechen Danz, Michael Dean, 

Cevdet Erek, Nilbar Güre

ş, Toril Johannessen, Ahmet Öğüt, Wael 

Shawky, Slavs and Tatars, KIBLENÜMA

« Henrique Oliveira, Baitogogo »* 

Curator: Marc Bembekoff (France, 1978)

With: Henrique Oliveira

Produced by SAM Art Projects

« Condensation »*

Curator: Gaël Charbau (France, 1976)

With: Marcos Avila Forero, Oliver Beer, Simon Boudvin, Gabriele Chiari, 

Elisabeth S. Clark, Marine Class, Marie-Anne Franqueville, Sébastien 

Gschwind, Atsunobu Kohira, Oh You Kyeong, Benoît Piéron, Félix Pinquier, 

émilie Pitoiset, Andrès Ramirez, Olivier Sévère, Anne-Charlotte Yver

Produced by the Fondation d’entreprise Hermès

AT PALAIS DE TOKYO

*exhibitions suggested outside the jury’s selection


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THROUGHOUT PARISIAN GALLERIES 



“La Retenue”

Curator: Damien Airault

Semiose galerie - 54, rue Chapon - Paris 3

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“Medusa Caravage Salon”



Curator: Massimiliano Baldassarri

Galerie Dominique Fiat - 16, rue des Coutures Saint-Gervais - Paris 3

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“Degrees of Separation”



Curator: Rod Barton

Galerie Jeanroch Dard - 13, rue des Arquebusiers - Paris 3

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“bruissements”



Curator: Léa Bismuth

Galerie Isabelle Gounod - 13, rue Chapon - Paris 3

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“Terres – Copenhagen Ceramics invites”



Curator:  Margaux Brugvin

Galerie Maria Lund - 48, rue de Turenne - Paris 3

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“Sanctum Sanctorum”



Curators: Les Frères Chapuisat

JGM. Galerie - 79, rue du Temple - Paris 3

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“Mark Jenkins, The Studio”



Curator: Stéphane Chatry

Galerie Patricia Dorfmann - 61, rue de la Verrerie - Paris 4

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“Bloody Mary”



Curator: Jonathan Chauveau

TORRI., Paris - 7, rue Saint-Claude - Paris 3

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“Indices de réfraction”



Curators: Les Commissaires Anonymes

Galerie Eva Meyer - 11 rue Michel Le Comte - Paris 3

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“Dépaysement systématique”



Curator: Marion Daniel

Galerie Jean Fournier - 22, rue du Bac - Paris 7

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“Anna Barham, Agnès Geoffray, Nathania Rubin”



Curator:  Vanessa Desclaux

Galerie Jousse Entreprise - 6, rue Saint-Claude - Paris 3

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“Interior 301”



Curator:  Dorothée Dupuis

Galerie Alain Gutharc - 7, rue Saint Claude - Paris 3

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“Art of Living (i.e. Good Bye, Blue Monday)”



Curators: Luca Francesconi, Frédérique & Philippe Valentin

Valentin - 9, rue Saint-Gilles - Paris 3

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“Historico-vagabond”



Curators: Marie Frampier & Javier Villa

Galerie Alberta Pane - 14, rue Saint-Claude - Paris 3

e

“La Distance Juste”



Curator: Albertine de Galbert

Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois - 36, rue de Seine - Paris 6

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“Arrhythmia” (“a Tale of Many Squares”)



Curator: Paul Galvez

Galerie Nathalie Obadia - 3, rue du Cloître Saint-Merri - Paris 4

e

“Purkinje effect”



Curator: Laurent Grasso

Galerie 1900-2000 - 8, rue Bonaparte - Paris 6

e

“L’image pensée”



Curator: Donatien Grau

kamel mennour - 47, rue Saint-André des Arts - Paris 6

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“Available for you”



Curator: Nina Kirsch

Galerie Eric Dupont - 138, rue du Temple - Paris 3

e

“Push pins in elastic space”



Curator: Gabriel Kuri

Galerie Nelson Freeman - 59, rue Quincampoix - Paris 4

e

“Gerald Petit - L’entremise”



Curator: Judicaël Lavrador

Fondation d’entreprise Ricard - 12, rue Boissy d’Anglas - Paris 8

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“Destiny : the B’s”



Curator: Isabelle Le Normand

Galerie Anne Barrault - 22, rue Saint-Claude - Paris 3

e

“Société Réaliste - Thelema of Nations”



Curator: Matteo Lucchetti

Galerie Jérôme Poggi - 115/117, rue la Fayette - Paris 10

e

“∞ > 


Curator: Mathieu Mercier



Galerie Le Minotaure - 2, rue des Beaux Arts - Paris 6

e

“Looking for Video”



Curators: Valentine Meyer & Marion Papillon

Galerie Claudine Papillon - 13, rue Chapon - Paris 3

e

“Sur la Mauvaise Pente”



Curator: Nabila Mokrani

Galerie De Roussan - 10, rue Jouye-Rouve - Paris 20

e

“It Means It Means!”



Curator: Tom Morton

Galerie Perrotin - 76, rue de Turenne - Paris 3

e

“Alice De Mont : Retroperspectief”



Curator: Florence Ostende

Galerie Dohyang Lee - 75, rue Quincampoix - 3

e

“Psychonautes”



Curator: Arnauld Pierre

Malingue - 26, avenue Matignon - Paris 8

e

“Forming the Loss in Darkness” 



Curator: Jo-ey Tang

Galerie Praz-Delavallade - 5, rue des Haudriettes - Paris 3

e

“Résonances - Painting, Performance, Photo”



Curator: Alexandre Vial

Galerie Chauvy - 18, rue de la Grange Batelière - Paris 9

e

“Hyperliens : le QR code comme média vers l’œuvre”



Curator: Sophie Zante

Galerie Véronique Smagghe - 10, rue de Saintonge - Paris 3

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With the support of the Comité professionnel des galeries d’art



Gallery eexhibitions end dates vary between late July and early 

August.


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SoLo ExhibiTion



curator: Marc BeMBeKoFF

henrique oliveira

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bAItoGoGo



Curator: Marc Bembekoff

solo exhibition 

[level 2 - alcôve little palais]

In the form of paintings, sculptures or installations, the 

hybrid art of Henrique Oliveira (b. 1973, lives and works 

in São Paulo) evokes both the urban and the vegetable, 

the organic and the structural, as well as art and 

science, through compositions in which the unexpected 

generates a universe tinted with the fantastic. 

Graduating from the University of São Paulo in 1997, 

the artist explores fluidity, the combination and color of 

materials, which endows his installations with a certain 

pictorial quality. Oliveira often borrows materials from 

the Brazilian urban landscape, notably tapumes, wood 

taken from fences surrounding and blocking access to 

construction sites. By using these materials, Oliveira 

highlights the endemic and parasitic nature of these 

constructions; evoking wooden tumors, his installations 

function as a metaphor for the favelas’ organic growth, 

thus revealing the dynamic decay of São Paulo’s urban 

fabric. In the artistic lineage of Lydia Clark or Hélio 

Oiticica, he uses the very context of this sprawling city 

as a raw material. The way in which it is treated, as well 

as its unexpected apparition, destabilizes the visitor’s 

perception of space.

Through a kind of architectural anthropomorphism, 

Henrique Oliveira reveals the building’s structure. At 

Palais de Tokyo, he plays on the space’s existing and 

structuring features, prolonging and multiplying pillars in 

order to endow them with a vegetable and organic 

dimension, as though the building were coming alive. 

The artist draws inspiration from medical textbooks, 

amongst others, and particularly from studies of 

physical pathologies such as tumors. Through a formal 

analogy, these outgrowths evoke the outermost layers of 

the bark of a common tree. The texture of this wooden 

tapumes installation inevitably calls to mind certain tree 

essences from Amazonian, humid tropical forests: the 

rivulets and other nodes constitute uncontrollable 

networks, in a logic that Man can no longer suppress.

CURATOR

Marc Bembekoff is currently a curator of the Palais de 



Tokyo (where he organized Damir O

čko and Dewar & 

Gicquel’s solo exhibitions, amongst others), as well as 

an independent curator (“The Mystery Spot,” at the 

Fondation d’entreprise Ricard in Paris, 2012; “Du 

monde clos à l’univers infini” at the Quartier in Quimper, 

2012) and a co-founder of the collective Le Bureau/. 

He has contributed to several monographic publications 

(Bettina Samson, Nicolas Boulard, etc.) and exhibition 

catalogues (musée Rodin, Freud Museum, etc.). 

ARTIST

Henrique Oliveira (born in 1973 in Ourinhos, Brazil; 



lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil)

After receiving a degree in painting from the University 

of São Paulo in 1997, Henrique Oliveira has developed, 

since 2003, a practice of in situ installations, in which 

he uses wooden boards and plywood retrieved from the 

streets of São Paulo. 

In 2009, he participated in the 29th São Paulo Biennial. 

He has been awarded several grants and prizes, such as 

the Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship 

(Washington, D.C., 2008) and the Prêmio CNI/SESI 

Marcantonia Vilaçia for Visual Arts (Brazil, 2009). 

His work has been presented in solo exhibitions at the 

Rice University Art Gallery (Houston, 2009), the Boulder 

Museum of Contemporary Art (2011), the George-

Philippe and Nathalie Vallois Gallery (Paris, 2011) and 

the OK Center for Contemporary Art, Upper Austria (Linz, 

2012). 

In 2013, he is in residency at Villa Raffet following SAM 



Art Projects’ invitation.

Creating a spectacular and invasive Gordian Knot, Henrique Oliveira plays with Palais de Tokyo’s 

architecture, allowing a work that combines the vegetal and the organic to emerge. The building 

itself becomes the womb that produces this volume of “tapumes” wood, a material used in 

Brazilian towns to construct the wooden palisades that surround construction sites. 

ThiS ExhibiTion iS ProDuCED bY SAM ArT ProJECTS. in CoLLAborATion WiTh bouYGuES bâTiMEnT iDF – rénovATion PrivéE.



Press contacts: Agence Claudine Colin Communication 

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Henrique Oliveira, Desnatureza, 2011. Exhibition view, Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris. Courtesy Galerie Georges-Philippe 



& Nathalie Vallois (Paris). Photo: Aurélien Mole.

Henrique Oliveira, Transubstantiation, 2013. Vue de l’exposition « L’arbre de vie », Collège des Bernardins, Paris. Courtesy Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois (Paris).



Press contacts: Agence Claudine Colin Communication 

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Henrique Oliveira, Casa dos Leões, 2009. Installation view VII Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre (Brazil). Courtesy Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois 



(Paris). Photo: Eduardo Ortega.

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Press contacts: Agence Claudine Colin Communication 

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PALAIS DE TOKYO

13, avenue du Président Wilson,

75 116 Paris

+33 1 81 97 35 88

OPENING HOURS

Palais de Tokyo is opened

From noon until midnight every day, except Tuesdays

Closed January 1st, May 1st and December, 25

ADMISSION

Full price : 10€

Discounted price : 8€ (For visitors under 26, holders of the 

“Famille nombreuse” card, teachers.)

Free : For visitors under 18, unemployed, Welfare recipients, 

seniors, handicapped and accompanied adults (with the 

appropriate documents less than three months old)

POINTS OF SALE

On site at the ticket office

On the website : www.palaisdetokyo.com

New:


Automatic distributors of tickets are located at Seine 

entrance (niveau 1A) and Wilson (niveau 2).

GETTING HERE

Métro, Bus, RER

Métro : Line 9, stations Iéna and Alma Marceau

Bus : Lines 32, 42, 63, 72, 80, 82, 92

RER : Line C, Station Pont de l’Alma

Vélib’


Stations Vélib’ near Palais de Tokyo

n° 16007 : 4, rue de Longchamp

n° 8046 : 2, rue Marceau

n° 7023 : Quai Branly

The Palais de Tokyo is only one station away from 

Trocadéro, and two stations from the Champs Elysées.

General Informations

JOIN US : TOKYOPASS, AMIS, 

MEMBER OF TOKYO ART CLUB

With the Tokyopass you enjoy…

… unlimited access free of charge for one year (from date 

of issue to date of expiry) 

… a pass card 

… 5% discount at the Palais bookshop

… three issues of the magazine Palais gifted

… a guided tour of each new exhibition

… 10 % discount at the Galerie des Multiples on every 

co-production by the Galerie des Multiples and the Palais 

de Tokyo

… discount prices and benefits from our cultural partners

Admission

Regular fee: 40 euros

Reduced fee: 30 euros (more than 60 ; famille nombreuse ; 

teacher and reregistration)

Under 26 visitor: 25 euros

Duo fee: 60 euros (invite who you want)

Art student fee: 15 euros

Registering

On site at the ticket office daily (except Tuesdays), from 

12.00 to 24.00

By post: Tokyopass, 13 avenue du président Wilson, 

75116 Paris

By email: tokyopass@palaisdetokyo.com

By phone: +33 1 81 97 35 88

COMMUNICATION

 

Director of communication



Jean-Baptiste de Beauvais

Head of communication

Dolorès Gonzalez

Communication officer

Vanessa Julliard

+33 1 47 23 52 00

MEDIA CONTACTS

Claudine Colin Communication

+33 1 42 72 60 01

Mathilde Beaujard: mathilde@claudinecolin.com

Constance Gounod: constance@claudinecolin.com


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Le Palais de Tokyo bénéficie du soutien de / 

Palais de Tokyo benefits from the generous support of

PARTENAIRES FONDATEURS / 

FOUNDING PARTNERS

Swarovski, Orange, JTI 

PARTENAIRES ANNUELS INSTITUTIONNELS / 

INSTITUTIONAL ANNUAL PARTNERS

Fondation Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent, The Absolut Company, Fondation Louis Roederer 

PARTENAIRES MÉDIAS / 

MEDIA PARTNERS

PARTENAIRES DE LA MÉDIATION / 

MEDIATED LEARNING PARTNERS

Calligaris, GDF SUEZ

LE PALAIS DE TOKYO REMERCIE ÉGALEMENT / 

PALAIS DE TOKYO ALSO THANKS

  

Le Tokyo Art Club et les Amis du Palais de Tokyo, ainsi que le Comité professionnel des galeries d’art.



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PARTENAIRE DU PAVILLON / 

PAVILLON PARTNER 

PARTENAIRES PROJETS / 

PROJECT PARTNERS 

Innovative Fire Systems, Le Méridien Etoile, SABMiller France, Horticulture & Jardins, Modular



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