There are only a few more days for you to visit the Galerie TORRI to discover the previously unseen exhibition by the Thai, film director, scriptwriter, producer and artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul. It is his first exhibition in a French gallery since his presentation at the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris in 2009. This brings together videos, produced specifically for the occasion, as well as a series of recent photographs. As in his feature films, nature, idyllic and menacing, as well as the four elements, particularly fire, will be at the centre of the exhibition. The narrative will fade into the background for an immersion into an enigmatic landscape, unreal, where boundaries disappear.
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