Exhibition: Patrick Neu
The Palais de Tokyo, located a few feet away from the Green Hotels Paris, hosts the first great Patrick Neu exhibition in Paris. This Alsatian artist, who likes to remain secluded from the rest of the world for his creative process, uses fabrics unfamiliar to the world of art: bee and butterfly wings, snake sloughed skin, eggshells, ash painting, crystal, wax, etc. Each work he creates is therefore distorted from traditional techniques: the samurai's armor is made of glass, the straitjacket is made of bee wings etc. The unusual universe of this unique artist is to be discovered until September 13th 2015.
"Patrick Neu" exhibition, from June 24th to September 13th 2015.
Open every day from 12pm to 12am, except on Tuesdays.
Full rate: €10 / Concession (visitors under 26 above 60): €8 / Free for visitors under 18.
Patrick Neu Crystal glass, inspired from The Descent from the Cross by Peter Paul Rubens, 2007
Carbon black drawing on glass “Connivence 2, Patrick Neu, Les Mondes à l’envers”,
Musée de l’Image, Epinal - ©Hélène Rouyer / Musée de l’Image, Epinal
Palais de Tokyo
13, avenue du Président Wilson
Tel: +33 (0)1 81 97 35 88
Metro: Iéna and Alma-Marceau (line 9).