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As part of the Thai festival Wonderfruit, aimed at highlighting creations with a carbon neutral footprint, the studio all (zone) imagines an airy and colorful structure guiding visitors through the various exhibitions. Installation with whimsical tones, Marmalade Sky also resonates with the theme of the event since it is 100% recyclable.

Designed in 2009 by PERRIPHÉRIQUES Architects agency, the Pierre and Marie Curie University atrium on the Jussieu campus in Paris (5e) is an ode to color. Far from the caricatural vision of austere scientific premises, the establishment trains tomorrow's doctors in a pop box that also attracts the eye of photographers, like Ludwig Favre and his Colorful University collection.

Designed in 1964 by the architect Luis Barragán, the villa Cuadra San Cristóbal (Mexico) is one of the wonders of the modernist movement present on this territory. It is between these brightly colored walls that the Irishman Sean Scully exhibits until March 24 his paintings and sculptures with chromatic expression just as marked as the house. Two different artistic practices that seemed to be made to be reunited.

Have you ever dreamed of having your head in the stars? This is what the British architect and artist Asif Khan is trying to bring to life during the Olympic Winter Games in an ephemeral pavilion covered in black Vantablack VBx 2, whose purchase of exclusive rights by Anish Kapoor had made scandal two years ago.

Tokyo, Japan, artistic muse. From Gaspar Noé to Sofia Coppola, the luminous contrasts offered by the Japanese metropolis fascinate, inspire and plunge us into a futuristic, almost unreal world. The photographs of the Australian artist Tom Blachford are no exception and immerse us in this cinematic Tokyo neon bright and unique tones.

Iconic store of the French capital, the Bon Marché welcomes until the 18 February the exhibition "Under the sky" of the Argentine artist Leandro Erlich. A carte blanche that gives rise to amazing installations, offering the Parisian commercial gallery an ethereal and poetic atmosphere.

Mixing photography, architecture and anthropology, the cycle of exhibitions and conferences PHOTOVILLE is the new original programming of The Gallery, space inaugurated by the CAUE92 in Nanterre (92). A way out of the Parisian snail without swapping his Navigo pass for a plane ticket.

Through her dreamlike nocturnal photographs, the young artist Elsa Bleda succeeds in a master trick: to give Johannesburg (South Africa) the air of an Asian metropolis. Inspired by the films of Wong Kar-wai, Dario Argento or David Lynch, his shots take us into a mystical universe that is revealed in the light of neon lights.

On the occasion of the 46e Autumn Festival in Paris, the dream sculptures of the Scottish visual artist Karla Black land for the first time in France. Until January 7, they will captivate two well-known Parisian institutions: the National Archives (3e) and the Beaux-Arts de Paris (6e). An ode to dreams and pastel colors.

If the Picasso City of Nanterre (92) fascinates and is the subject of many photographs, few have given them an innovative look. After taking an interest in the envelope of the famous Aillaud towers - called "clouds" - in his project Souvenir of a Future, Laurent Kronental captures these emblematic constructions through their windows in his new series: Eyes of the Towers.
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