In autumn 2016, Palais de Tokyo presents an exhibition conceived by Tino Sehgal (born in Britain in 1976, lives in Berlin). The second in a series of “cartes blanches” shows begun with Philippe Parreno in 2013, Sehgal presents his works alongside works of other artists he has invited in a sprawling mise en scène that unfolds through the entirety of the Palais de Tokyo’s 13,000 m2(140,000 ft2).
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