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A Second of Eternity Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection

22 Jun 2022 — 3 Jan 2023

A Second of Eternity brings together some fifteen artists whose works generate their own space-time.

Displayed throughout the Bourse de Commerce, they compose a landscape that enters into dialogue with the architecture, from the darkness of the lower level to the light of the upper galleries.

This exhibition is inspired by the oeuvre of Felix Gonzalez-Torres and his...

A Second of Eternity brings together some fifteen artists whose works generate their own space-time.

Displayed throughout the Bourse de Commerce, they compose a landscape that enters into dialogue with the architecture, from the darkness of the lower level to the light of the upper galleries.

This exhibition is inspired by the oeuvre of Felix Gonzalez-Torres and his work's openness to tangible emotions, through a certain aesthetics of disappearance, and to new forms of connection and aesthetic experiences.

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Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection is a contemporary art haven, the fruit of a collaboration between renowned art collector Francois Pinault and Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando.

This 30,000-square-foot museum, a renovation of Paris's domed, 18th-century corn exchange, is one of the city's newest major museums, costing almost $200 million to realize. Hosting 10 or more temporary exhibitions per year, visitors can expect to see a wealth of famous works by the world's greatest contemporary artists, as well as high-profile loans from notable institutions around the globe.

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Saturday 11:00 - 21:00
Sunday 11:00 - 19:00
Monday 11:00 - 19:00
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 11:00 - 19:00
Thursday 11:00 - 19:00
Friday 11:00 - 21:00

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Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection
2 Rue de Viarmes, 75001, Paris
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