"Révolutions Xenakis" at the Philharmonie de Paris featuring the work of Carlos Cruz-Diez

"Révolutions Xenakis" at the Philharmonie de Paris is a survey of the artistic current that inspired the avant-garde composer Iannis Xenakis (1922-2001). The show dives into the similarities of the kinetic art movement and the work of Xenakis, namely the experimental practices; the interest in technical innovations and hybridizations; the viewer’s active role; and finally, the spectacular – even playful – dimension of their work.


Carlos Cruz-Diez, Physichromie 1843, 2013, From the Cruz-Diez Foundation Collection © Carlos Cruz-Diez / Bridgeman Images

Curated by Marion Challier, the exhibition "Echos" presents a selection of works of the main representatives of the kinetic art movement as well as contemporary artists, including Peter Kassovitz, Laurent Bolognini, Ann Veronica Janssens, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Elias Crespin, Jesús Rafael Soto, François Morellet, Victor Vasarely and Nicolas Schöffer.


The Cruz-Diez Foundation contributed to the exhibition by lending a work from CDF’s Collection: Carlos Cruz-Diez’s Physichromie 1843 (2013).


"Révolutions Xenakis" and "Echos" will be open to the public from February 10 to June 26, 2022.



WHAT

"Révolutions Xenakis" and "Echos" Exhibitions


WHEN

On view from February 10, 2022, until June 26, 2022


WHERE

Philharmonie de Paris - Musée de la Musique

221 Av. Jean Jaurès, 75019 Paris, France


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For more information on the show, visit the Philharmonie de Paris - Musée de la Musique's website