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Brazilian performance artist Mauricio Ianès questions cultural policies at Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Brazilian performance artist Mauricio Ianès questions cultural policies at Palais de Tokyo, Paris
 
Mauricio Ianès performing at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris DR

Being trilingual helps a performance artist from Brazil in his work, which questions cultural policies. And Mauricio Ianès is doing it in an exhibition at the part-public and part-privately funded Palais de Tokyo, in an exhibition called Des choses en plus, des choses en moins - (Something More, Something Less) - organised by the French National Centre for Visual Arts. Funnily enough, this artist plays on discretion to get himself noticed.


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