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Published on Sep 28, 2011
Arguably one of the most creative spaces in Paris and the only museum to stay open until midnight, Palais de Tokyo is a mecca for contemporary art. The art deco building was originally built in 1937, and reopened in 2001 after a redesign by french architects Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal. Crane.tv met with the museum's curator Mark Olivier Wahler to hear about his personal approach to curation, rooted in philosophy and anthropology. www.palaisdetokyo.com