Abraham Poincheval will remain inside a human-shaped cavity for seven days straight.
Tracing the history of a single material, artist Ayoung Kim takes us on a journey connecting localities while disrupting reality.
A fun house has nothing on the brazen oddities of Mika Rottenberg's Palais de Tokyo show.
Not everything can be found on the internet.
Artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot fills the Palais de Tokyo with water so visitors can take surreal boat rides.
Created by art collaborative Numen / For Use, 'Tape Paris' invites visitors to Paris's Palais de Tokyo inside what looks like a giant spider's web.
Their short film Remember Carthage, currently on view at Palais de Tokyo, references video games and how idea the of foreignness has completely changed.
As part of the Triennale, Julien Salaud exhibits astral animals of all kinds.