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Airs de Paris : Paris as a point of convergence of design and architecture
Airs de Paris
Paris as a point of convergence of design and architecture
Christine Macel, May 21, 2007
Zaha Hadid, Vue aérienne du terminal multimodal Nord de Hoenheim, Strasbourg, 1999-2001_Stéphane Hof_Airdiasol/Rothan_France
Zaha Hadid, Vue aérienne du terminal multimodal Nord de Hoenheim, Strasbourg, 1999-2001_Stéphane Hof_Airdiasol/Rothan_France
 
Celebrating its 30th anniversary with "Airs de Paris, seventy-three contemporary artists, architects and designers. The title echoes that of a piece by Marcel Duchamp, with a retrospective of whose work the Centre Pompidou opened in 1977. Consisting of two parts, the exhibition presents works from the Seventies to the present, on the theme of the city and urban life. It treats Paris as a point of convergence, where the exhibited artists may have lived or worked or intervened. Airs de Paris is a plastic-arts, design and architecture exhibition delving into how today's cities and city life in general - and, in this instance, Paris in particular - are evolving The Centre Pompidou is. The part devoted to the visual arts (1500 m2) is divided into ten sections organised around themes suggested by the works exhibited.


Jean-Claude Planchet, 2006_Paris_France
Jean-Claude Planchet, 2006_Paris_France
 
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