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July 27, 2005

Blackblock + Palais de Tokyo!!!


Here some more pics from my recent Paris visit. Of course I could not miss the Palais de Tokyo. There are several interesting things in there: a restaurant with asian fusion kitchen, the museum type exhibition area of artists and Blackblock, the shop.

The exhibition is really worth seeing. They had some great stuff, also usually a lot of video installments and uses of different media. I personally also liked very much the sculptures and the huge wall installments. Check out there website to see who his showing his work at the moment.

Blackblock is certainly not a usual museum shop. This is one of the coolest shops in Paris. By the way, the Arkitip x Andre x DC shoe painting action took place here. Therefore also the huge Arkitip wall installment, that you can see on the picture. They sell a few Bape things, Supreme, Bearbricks, posters and all sorts of other stuff, mostly out of Japan, hard to find in Europe.


Here you see one of the sculptures: a tall black, funky woman. She looked really cool, I can tell you, but that`s just one out of many.

I can only suggest you to drop by this place. The great thing is, that you can do all together: have lunch, see a cool exhibition and shop some japanese rarities - What else would one want!!!!




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