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“Anticorps” at the Palais de Tokyo: rethinking contact in the face of the pandemic

Assembled in record time (less than six months) by the Palais de Tokyo’s curatorial team and now visible online, the “Anticorps” exhibition brings together 20 artists from the French and international art scene to rethink our relation to our body and to touch, at a time when forced social distancing limits contact and forces us to find ourselves.

The works presented are, for the most part, direct responses to the COVID-19 crisis and explore the polysemy of the exhibition’s title. This journey through four spaces dedicated to the exhibition brings us to question our connection to our body and the sense of touch. The caresses, murmurs, breaths or threats, into which the artists immerse us, question our affections while opening the perspective of new forms of social eroticism through the sounds of Carolyn Lazard and Dominique Petitgand, as well as by putting the senses on alert with the hybrid bodies of Josèfa Ntjam, who reinvents new forms of life.


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