I visited the Superdome exhibition at Palais de Tokyo in Paris earlier this summer during a trend trip I made for the brand teams of Level vodka, Plymouth gin and Cruzan rum. The exhibition is running until August 24th and if you have the possibility I think that you defenitely should try to see it. Here’s some words about the Superdome exhibition by Palais de Tokyo itself:
The Superdome is a mythical stadium: built in 1975 in New Orleans (Louisiana), it has hosted numerous Super Bowls (the American football championship’s final), a Rolling Stones concert, Pope John Paul II, the Republican Convention and refugees of Hurricane Katrina. Paradoxical, the Superdome builds a bridge between the greatest entertainment and the greatest anguish. Inspired by its additional and schizophrenic logic, mixing “I can get no satisfaction” AND “Our Father in heaven”, Marc-Olivier Wahler puts forward SUPERDOME: a new session composed of five solo exhibitions balancing between entertainment and desolation, decibels and prayers, high-tech and chaos, as the continuation of a program testing the notion of the elasticity of art which started at the Palais de Tokyo with Five Billion Years.
On top of this Palais de Tokyo is a really cool place which I always try to visit when in Paris. I will write some words about it soon in a dedicated post.