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Palais De Tokyo

We went to a phenomenal series of Art exhibitions last week at the Palais De Tokyo in Paris. Video artist Ed Atkins made us question reality, self-love, and the concept of being human with “Bastards”; a video shown in a dark room, complete with surround sound and pillowed walls that let us melt into the world he presented. In Ange Leccia’s installation entitled ‘Never the … Continue reading Palais De Tokyo

Palacio De Monserrate

Yesterday we explored the Palacio de Monserrate, a palace which was originally built in 1540 as a cathedral dedicated to ‘Our Lady of Monserrate.’ During that time the grounds were owned by the All Saints Hospital, and up until the late 1800s when it was bought by acclaimed novelist WIlliam Beckford, the property was rented to various proprietors. The palace was largely expanded by the … Continue reading Palacio De Monserrate