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Between waste and visible poetry, Franck Scurti settles within the Grand Palais

As a part of the "Studying and Cultural Summer season", artist Franck Scurti (born 1965 in Lyon) has arrange his new studio within the prestigious nave of the Grand Palais. Entitled Day-to-day, his work, produced in situ, permits the general public to see the creation in progress, and to keep up a hyperlink – regardless of the gap imposed by the well being disaster and the respect of barrier gestures – with the artist: "That is the response, in motion, of an artist in a disaster scenario. (…) It’s about placing the artist's phrases again within the foreground and making public moments and sensations which can be often reserved for the personal area ", he writes. Neither an exhibition nor a purely conceptual mission, the proposal takes the type of a scrap that may be seen by as many individuals as doable, "Removed from gigantism and spectacular". Right here is an extract in footage.

Free admission. His work is seen till Sunday August 23, each weekend besides that of August 15, from four p.m. to eight p.m.