AN AR­CHI­PE­LA­GO IN PA­RIS

L'officiel Art - - Summer Guide -

“Sin­ga­pour en France, le Fes­ti­val”, Un­til June 30, fol­low the guide on sin­ga­pour-le­fes­ti­val.com

In or­der to celebrate the 50th an­ni­ver­sa­ry of the in­de­pen­dence of Sin­ga­pore, the Lion Ci­ty re­veals its cul­tu­ral he­ri­tage thanks to more than 70 events in France. Its glo­bal awa­re­ness, its in­ven­tive and po­si­tive at­ti­tude as well as its keen per­cep­tion of the nuances bet­ween va­rious lo­cal cultures have ins­pi­red the lo­cal crea­tive com­mu­ni­ty to go beyond the Wes­tern ar­tis­tic stan­dards. Among the high­lights of the fes­ti­val: “Archipel se­cret”, (Pa­lais de To­kyo, un­til May 17), “Art Gar­den”, (Gare Saint-Sau­veur, Lille, un­til Sep­tem­ber 6), “Open Sea” (Mu­sée d'art contem­po­rain de Lyon, un­til Ju­ly 12), “1 000 Sin­ga­pours – Huit points de le Ville com­pacte” (Ci­té de l'Ar­chi­tec­ture et du Pa­tri­moine, 15 June – 14 Sep­tem­ber), Cui­sines & cri­tiques (pri­vate apartment - to be an­noun­ced, June 27): af­ter New York, this event is now in Pa­ris with a show fea­tu­ring ar­tists, gour­mets and cri­tics.

Za­ki Ra­zak, The King Who Has No Clothes, 2015, mixed me­dia.

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