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Mika Rottenberg @ Palais de Tokyo

PHOTOGRAPHY /

Courtesy of
The Artist
&
Palais de Tokyo

Curator,
Daria de Beauvais

Installation views,
Aurélien Mole

Film stills,
Andrea Rosen Gallery,
New York


Mika's portrait,
Jessica Chou

CREDITS /

August 25, 2016

2-TIMES · Art
Mika Rottenberg
@ Palais de Tokyo 
— 

Captivating 
narratives, where 
reality appears 
distorted by a 
fictional world, 
while fantasy and
humour vie 
with
weirdness...
” 

Born: 
1976, Buenos Aires. 

Mika's practice:
 
Portrays absurd
situations of
assembly-line work,
often performed
by women using
their own body
as both a tool
and a raw material.

The exhibition: 
Is Rottenberg's 2nd
solo show in France,
for which the New
York–based artist
has chosen to
revisit several of
the video installations
that consolidated
her international
reputation; including 
NoNoseKnows (2015)
Bowls Balls Souls 
Holes (2014)
SEVEN (2011) and
Squeeze (2010) —
shown alongside a
selection of recent
and new works. 

On view at: 
Palais de Tokyo 

13 Avenue du
Président Wilson,
75116 Paris, France. 

Closes: 
September 11, 2016.