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Conceptual artists Almendra and Nyandoro at Paris' Palais de Tokyo

In this week’s look at the art scene in France, RFI’s Rosslyn Hyams meets conceptual artists Wilfrid Almendra from France and Gareth Nyandoro from Zimbabwe whose solo works are part of the Parisian Palais de Tokyo’s summer exhibitions.

 

Almendra has created an evolving space tailored for children, Light Boiled in Liquid Soap, which will be in situ for three years. In Stalls of Fame Nyandoro crafts paper and wooden boxes, which are one of the French capital’s visual identity.

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Avignon Festival international and challenging in its 71st year

Centre National de la Danse goes Camping - but it's not what you think

Independent US films in the spotlight at the Champs-Elysées Film Festival

Centenary events in Paris show great French sculptor Auguste Rodin's secret of immortality

Indonesia's Mouly Surya talks about Marlina the Murderer in 4 Acts

Celebrating art history and historians at Château de Fontainebleau

Using theatre to promote peace and neutralise extreme nationalism

Femininity in the Alicia Koplowitz collection at Jacquemart-André in Paris

Fledgling Russian cinema festival attracts crowds with music, song and the 1917 Revolution

Four cities star in Indian Express, a film programme with urban pull at Paris's Forum des Images

Chantilly Grand Stables stages horseback version of Donkey Skin