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February 2015
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« Le Bord des mondes » at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris.

Butter, stick type. Le Bord des mondes, at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Courtesy of Palais de Tokyo

Are there works that are not works of art? In an effort to answer this question, the Palais de Tokyo explores the worlds that border art, creation and invention. The exhibition unveils prodigious research and innovations by visionaries,

going beyond the realm of art’s traditional territory. From giant beach creatures by Theo Janson to Kawakami Kenji’s astonishing Chindogu, before passing onto poetic mist-traps by Carlos Espinosa, visitors are invited to discover forbidden pathways. In parallel with this, numerous chefs are invited to create a taste this “worlds’ edge”. An off-the-wall culinary class held in Paris is enriched every week by propositions created by chefs, who unveil their interpretation of these borders in their restaurant, allowing hungry visitors to savour these expected horizons. The first of these classes will begin with Pierre Gagnaire, followed by ten other chefs.
From 18th February until 17th May

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