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May 2014
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Hiroshi Sugimoto at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris with the exhibition "Aujourd’hui, le monde est mort".

Hiroshi Sugimoto © André Morin

A new facet of an exhibition that Hiroshi Sugimoto has been developing for ten years by juxtaposing his collections of objects from disparate

eras and cultures and photographic works. The course consists of thirty scenarios, narrated by different fictional characters: a beekeeper, a specialist in comparative religion and a politician who are choosing whether or not to preserve their individual genetic heritage for the future. This exhibition is the largest in Europe made by the artist and reflects the broad scope of Sugimoto’s skills ranging from literature to architecture.
Until September 7.

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