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Contemporary Art | The Dynamo exhibition planned by Serge Lemoine for the Grand Palais in Paris is like returning to the future with 150 artists from 1913 to 2013 gathered in an anti-clockwise and psychedelic stroll through time.

Neon lights criss-cross as part of the ’Dynamo, A Century of Light and Movement in Art, 1913-2013’ exhibition © Fred Dufour / AFP
Neon lights criss-cross as part of the ’Dynamo, A Century of Light and Movement in Art, 1913-2013’ exhibition
© Fred Dufour / AFP

This back-to-front drawing exhibition begins with the younger generation, Ann Véronica Janssens, Saâdane Afif and Philippe Decrauzat, before showcasing historical artists Robert Delaunay, Marcel Duchamp and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, with the Op Art generation, Victor Vasarely, Jesus Rafael Soto, […]

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Neon lights criss-cross as part of the ’Dynamo, A Century of Light and Movement in Art, 1913-2013’ exhibition © Fred Dufour / AFP

Neon lights criss-cross as part of the ’Dynamo, A Century of Light and Movement in Art, 1913-2013’ exhibition
© Fred Dufour / AFP

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